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Issue Democracy - The New Stories
New Stories about a new political landscape. Fall 1996.
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Issue Economics as if Life matters
David Korten on a post-corporate world, Peter Barnes on who will inherit the sky, and Berito Kuwar U'wa on how to build a new economy. Spring 1999.
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Issue Education for Life
Computers in class, music and intuition, and 101 ways to get educated. Winter 1999.
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Issue Finding Courage
As reports pour in of the horror of war, a poet and activist finds a place of beauty—while being arrested. Go ahead: Let joy feed your passion and strength. Summer 2003.
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Issue Food for Everyone
Imagine a food system that delivers fresh, organic food to everybody. Can't be done in a world of industrial food? We say it can, and it must, especially in these economic hard times. We bring together the best ideas for a new food system, tell the inspiring stories of people revolutionizing food production, and show how you too can join a growing local food movement. Spring 2009.
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Issue Food for Life
There is an alternative to factory farms and industrial agriculture, and it makes everybody—farmers, neighbors, consumers, and especially pigs—lots happier. Summer 2000.
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Article Nothing to Hide? Why Facebook's Fine Print Is Still Worth Fighting
Devices we use every day are turning our personal data over to huge corporations. But can we win our privacy back?
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Issue Future Watch
Signs that something new is emerging, with Susan Griffin, Ran Dass, Vandana Shiva, Rebecca Adamson, Frijof Capra, and Duane Elgin. Winter 1997.
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Issue Getting Free!
Moving Beyond the Consumer Culture. Summer 1996.
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Issue Go Local!
Increasing numbers of people are saying "No" to the corporate global economy. Local economies build human relationships, increase wealth instead of money, and cut environmental harm. See how to bring your economy home. Winter 2007.
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