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Issue Is It Time to Close the Prisons?
A look into the prison-industrial complex: Why does the "home of the free" lock up 2 million men, women, boys, and girls—most of them poor people of color? Fall 2000.
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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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Issue New Stories
Thomas Berry called for a story to replace the one that motivates the destruction of Earth's ecosystems and communities. These new stories penetrate what it means to be human, our ways of welcoming new life, and our beliefs about what we will leave behind. Spring 2000.
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Issue Changing The Climate
Signs of an increasingly chaotic climate are turning up in flooded towns, melting ice caps, starving wildlife, and overheated cities. Scientists are warning us—the time to act is now. Winter 2000.
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Issue Power of One
Tips for transformational leaders, finding your calling, people who orient their lives around the common good, and an interview with Marin Espada. Fall 1999.
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Issue Cities of Exuberance
Diverse, green, beautiful cities—reclaim the streets and revitalize your community. Summer 1999.
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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 Peace Makers
Making peace in Ireland, South Africa, Israel, and Iraq, making peace with former spouses, restorative justice, and the Natural Step Nuclear insecurity. Fall 1998.
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Issue Rx for the Earth
Deformed wildlife, lower sperm counts, childhood cancers, and depressed IQs have all have been linked to hormone-disrupting chemicals you probably have in your home. Summer 1998.
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