Looking at the question of how radical municipalism can go beyond the local.
Addresses the criticisms that: 1. with looming global catastrophe, anything other than global response is not useful. 2. Local activism doesn't address global capitalism. 3. Capture of the state is the only way to effect change.
Doing the article a bit of an injustice but my sum: confederations of radical municipalities can act nationally and globally to counter climate change and capitalism.
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