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Ecofeminism as Politics is now a classic being the first work to offer a joined up framework for green socialist feminist and postcolonial thinking showing how these have been held back by conceptual confusions over gender Originally published in 1997 it argues that ecofeminism reaches beyond contemporary social movement ideologies and practices by prefiguring a political synthesis of four revolutions in one ecology is feminism is socialism is postcolonial struggle Ariel Salleh addresses discourses on class science the body culture and nature and her innovative reading of Marx converges the philosophy of internal relations with the organic materiality of everyday lifeEcofeminism as Politics is now a classic being the first work to offer a joined up framework for green socialist feminist and postcolonial thinking showing how these have been held back by conceptual confusions over gender Originally published in 1997 it argues that ecofeminism reaches beyond contemporary social movement ideologies and practices by prefiguring a political synthesis of four revolutions in one ecology is feminism is socialism is postcolonial struggle Ariel Salleh addresses discourses on class science the body culture and nature and her innovative reading of Marx converges the philosophy of internal relations with the organic materiality of everyday lifeEcofeminism as Politics is now a classic being the first work to offer a joined up framework for green socialist feminist and postcolonial thinking showing how these have been held back by conceptual confusions over gender Originally published in 1997 it argues that ecofeminism reaches beyond contemporary social movement ideologies and practices by prefiguring a political synthesis of four revolutions in one ecology is feminism is socialism is postcolonial struggle Ariel Salleh addresses discourses on class science the body culture and nature and her innovative reading of Marx converges the philosophy of internal relations with the organic materiality of everyday life