The political ideology of green parties
from the politics of nature to redefining the nature of politics
Has a new political ideology emerged in the aftermath of the 1960s? Gayil Talshir examines the ideological evolution of green parties in Britain and Germany and traces the formation and transformations of a new type of ideology - a modular ideology.; In the 1980s, the "extraordinary opposition", New Left and ecology movements developed a distinct and social vision that paved the political road for the transformation of democracy. Talshir explores this journey from the politics of nature to changing the nature of politics.