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The Page That Counts :: Summer 1998 The Page That Counts :: Summer 1998
Percentage increase of lawyers in Washington, DC, in the past seven years, and more...
From the Executive Director - First Column
by Fran Korten
I am delighted to be here and eager to help the organization serve all of you in working toward a just, sustainable, and compassionate future for all. Fran Korten
Book Review: Earth Community, Earth Ethics by Larry Rasmussen Book Review: Earth Community, Earth Ethics by Larry Rasmussen
by L. A. Parks Daloz
Drama Behind Bars
by Zoot
Can an actor and playwright bring discipline and racial harmony to inmates of California's toughest prisons? Zoot helps prisoners in his drama program transform into "Urban Legends"
Gaviotas! Oasis of the Imagination
by Alan Weisman
In the “big, wet desert” of los llanos, nothing grows except a few nutrient-poor grasses. Paolo Lugari said he could build a self-sufficient society there–and make it sustainable
Power Shift In India
by Vandana Shiva
Research By the People
by Richard Sclove, Madeleine Scammell
Mothers For Eco-justice
by Tracy Rysavy
Mothers in East Los Angeles, Detroit, and other communities started out saying "no" to toxic neighbors. Now they are also building a future for their cities.
Introduction to Rx for the Earth
by Sarah van Gelder
The Language of Nonviolence
by Sarah van Gelder, Marshall B. Rosenberg
Nonviolent Communication: When words come from the heart, they break through barriers and elicit compassion, says Marshall B. Rosenberg
The Overspent American
by Sarah van Gelder
How might Americans get free of the mind-numbing cycle of overwork and overconsumption? Sarah van Gelder invited author Juliet Schor to discuss this question with leaders of the voluntary simplicity and downshifters' movements Cecile Andrews - John de Graaf - Duane Elgin -Vicki Robin - Betsy Taylor - Wanda Urbanska
Safer Homes And Gardens
You're more likely to be exposed to endocrine-disrupting and toxic chemicals in your home or at work than outdoors. Here are things you can do to keep your immediate environment nontoxic.
Corporate Science
by Peter Montague
Are scientific and medical experts able to take corporate money without subtly altering their scientific and medical views?
Health Care Without Harm
by Elise Miller
Social Security: Let Them Eat Stock
by David Korten
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