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Issue The New Economy
This downturn marks the end of an unsustainable economy. There is an alternative… Meet the activists, visionaries, and upstarts building something new: an economy that puts people first and works within the carrying capacity of the Earth. Summer 2009.
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Issue What Does It Mean to Be an American Now?
The Soul of America by Jacob Needleman, American Women by Sally Roesch Wagner, A Place for Dignity by Carol Estes, and an interview with Harry Belafonte. Spring 2002.
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Issue What Is The Good Life?
Is the American Dream really the good life? Is there a way to live the good life that both brings happiness and requires far less of the earth? Can the quest for the good life be a completely private matter? Summer 2004.
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Issue What Makes a Great Place?
Imagine a city where music, theater, and festivals celebrate the rainbow of cultures, where creeks run through and fresh produce comes in daily from nearby farms, where young and old gather in the great places of their community. Summer 2005.
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Issue What Would Democracy Look Like?
Vandan Shiva on Earth Democracy and clean elections. Lani Guinier on redefining power, citizenship, and the end of poverty. Winter 2003.
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Issue Whose Water?
Whose water? The answer may be one that is both simple and full of implications—water belongs to everyone and to no one. It is fundamentally a commons, which we all must care for, but which none of us can own. Winter 2004.
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Issue Working for Life
How you can quit the rat race, discover your vocation, and save the earth; with Parker Palmer, Danny Glover, Judy Wicks, Matthew Fox, Juliet Schor. Also, Bill McKibben on climate change and Walden Bello on the Year of Global Protest. Spring 2001.
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Issue Power of Story
We define our culture through the stories we tell—our family histories, our traditions, our shared experience. But sometimes it’s been a struggle to be heard over Big Media promoting the official version, and we’ve surrendered our stories to those with money and power. Today’s storytellers are finding new and creative ways to be heard.
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Issue Education Uprising
For decades the myth of failing public schools justified industrial-scale testing and a privatization agenda. Now radical educators are bursting the bubble test, getting culturally relevant, and restoring justice to the classroom. Welcome to Education Spring.
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