What modern political theorists/essayists write very explicitly about the end-result they'd like to see in the world, rather than focusing on piecemeal reforms?
I've been reading a lot of political philosophers/commentators lately who, I realize, have one thing in common: they're all arguing for a very specific end vision of what they'd like society to look like. Some examples of this:
* Gary Francione
, who writes about achieving an eventual worldwide abolition of all animal exploitation, specifically by spreading veganism as a global moral baseline, and eventually achieving legal 'personhood' for sentient beings;
* Derrick Jensen
, who basically wants an end, or an extreme dialing-back, of industrial civilization; and
* Ted Rall
, whose latest book (as I understand it, haven't picked it up yet) argues for a full-on revolution.
I'm looking for more writers who argue full-throatedly for the world, or a single nation, to work in a very specific way, as opposed to arguing for reforms that'd still require further reforms to get us closer to an ideal scenario.
While the examples are all in some sense left-affiliated concerns, this need not be the case - if you know a neoconservative writer who very concretely outlined the ideal neoconservative state or global power balance, then please have at it. But something that outlines principles (like, say, Russell Kirk) isn't so much what I'm looking for here - and while most Burkean conservatives will by definition be against remaking the world into a certain mold, there are certainly traditional conservatives who have not been so constrained.
In short, I'm just really fascinated by theorists and advocates going all out to say, unabashedly, this is the world I'm looking to create, as opposed to "This is how I think we could make a current set-up marginally better." (Not because I agree necessarily, but I want to know the arguments.)
Also, I'm quite aware this list is very white-dude-ish - any non-white-dude suggestions would be especially helpful.
(The question is anonymous for professional reasons, as I would be concerned about having my interest in this out there.)