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Works of Radical Imagination

Remembering Tomorrow

From SDS to Life After Capitalism

by Michael Albert

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In this candid memoir of a political renegade, Michael Albert offers a deeply personal account of recent American movements to transform inequality. A visionary figure, Albert recounts a life of uncompromising commitment—whether chronicling the surge of protests against the Vietnam War and his own political awakening as a member of SDS, or addressing the challenges of creating alternative social models. Reflections on the life of a campus agitator and would-be physicist cum radical economist, Albert's story is a study in the profound hope that inspires social change.

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“Michael Albert is an important thinker who takes us beyond radical denunciations and pretentious analysis to a thoughtful, profound meditation on what a good society can be like.”

“Michael Albert's accomplishments in his life and work have been truly remarkable . . . . This lively memoir . . . provides revealing and often surprising insights into the exciting history of the past forty years, in popular movements and the institutional structures that have sought to contain and undermine them, their success and failures, and the prospects for moving on. It is quite an achievement.”

Remembering Tomorrow is the deeply engaging story of Michael Albert's evolution from frat boy to one of the world's premiere utopian thinkers. Not just a tale of the sixties, it is just as relevant today.”

“| "It is to Michael Albert's everlasting credit that he has worked tirelessly to grapple with the very difficult questions of what a truly democratic economy might look like, and how it might work. Albert's thoughtful contribution deserves wide attention.”

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Michael Albert is a leading critic in the fields of political economy, U.S. foreign policy, and mass media. A veteran writer and activist, he currently works with Z Magazine and the website Znet, both of which he co-founded. Albert developed, along with Robin Hahnel, the economic vision known as participatory economics. The author of more than fifteen books, including Parecon: Life After Capitalism, he lives in Woods Hole, MA, with his partner Lydia Sargent.