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What Would Democracy Look Like? 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.
Living Economies Living Economies
Do we want a living, diverse, democratically accountable market economy, founded in communities and cities throughout the world? Featuring 12 things to do now about corporations, how to unleash our hidden wealth, and economies for life by David Korten. Fall 2002.
Art and Community Art and Community
Cultural and community expression; and how art can build bridges, heal hurts, and connect us to nature. Summer 2002.
What Does It Mean to Be an American Now? 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.
Can Love Save the World? Can Love Save the World?
We are the ones we have been waiting for! Alternative responses to 9-11, pacifism with teeth, the heart of a Muslim, listening as a subversive act, and a prisoner's spiritual journey. Winter 2002.
Technology: Who Chooses? Technology: Who Chooses?
Who's in charge of technology? Richard Sclove on citizens reclaiming the right to choose, Jill Bamburg on radical technologies, and Janine Benyus on nature's designs. Prospects for a hydrogen economy and a solar future. Fall 2001.
Reclaiming the Commons Reclaiming the Commons
Jonathan Rowe, David Bollier, and Kari McGinnis discuss the hidden commons while Donella Meadows explores your share of the global commons. Summer 2001.
Working for Life 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.
A New Culture Emerges A New Culture Emerges
Cultural breakthroughs—from creativity to freedom to justice. Winter 2001.
Is It Time to Close the Prisons? 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.
Food for Life 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.
New Stories 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.
Changing The Climate 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.
Power of One 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.
Cities of Exuberance Cities of Exuberance
Diverse, green, beautiful cities—reclaim the streets and revitalize your community. Summer 1999.
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