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Teaching Economics As If People Mattered
by Jing Fong
United for a Fair Economy’s (UFE) economic education curricula and workshops are dynamic resources for high school and adult continuing education teachers, and college faculty.
Why Businesses and Economists Are Backing the Health Care "Public Option" Why Businesses and Economists Are Backing the Health Care "Public Option"
by Brooke
Economists and small business leaders are stepping up their support for an option they say could save the economy.
The New Economy Won't Be Like the Last One
by Sarah van Gelder
The new economy is built on new forms of money, and on democratic finance and business.
Why This Crisis May Be Our Best Chance to Build a New Economy
by David Korten
Wall Street is bankrupt. Instead of trying to save it, we can build a new economy that puts money and business in the service of people and the planet—not the other way around.
Why This Crisis May Be Our Best Chance to Build a New Economy
by David Korten
Wall Street is bankrupt. Instead of trying to save it, we can build a new economy that puts money and business in the service of people and the planet—not the other way around.
Doctors Just Want to Be Doctors Doctors Just Want to Be Doctors
by Brooke
Why most physicians want real health care reform.
The Planet is Saved ... Pass it On The Planet is Saved ... Pass it On
by Sarah van Gelder
YES! men strike again.
Our Best Shot at Climate Leadership
by Colin Beavan
Will the U.S. lead on confronting climate change, or not? The House has passed a landmark bill. Now it's on to the Senate. Colin Beavan explains what ACES means, and why you should know about it.
Iran's Stolen Election Has Sparked an Uprising—What Should the U.S. Do?
by Stephen Zunes
Stephen Zunes feels that the Iranian election was stolen. Robert Naiman feels there is evidence that it was actually not stolen. But they both say the U.S. should not get involved, but should leave it to the Iranian people.
The Iranian Election Appears to Be Over: What Next for U.S. Policy?
by Robert Naiman
Stephen Zunes feels that the Iranian election was stolen. Robert Naiman feels there is evidence that it was actually not stolen. But they both say the U.S. should not get involved, but should leave it to the Iranian people.
Out of the Ashes of GM: the Phoenix of Renewable Energy
by Ellen Brown
Out of the ashes of a failed GM could arise not only a new, clean way of traveling but a new way of funding government and the services we expect from it.
A Tribute to Thomas Berry (1914-2009), Scholar, Visionary, Planet Lover
by Mary Evelyn Tucker
Friends, students, and colleagues are mourning the passing of one of the great philosophers of our time. Thomas Berry, teacher, visionary, and author, left us with a story of the emergence of the universe and our extraordinary place in its unfolding.
Security in Pakistan: Let's Try Generosity
by Sarah van Gelder
Two million refugees have fled the violence in the Swat region of Pakistan, the largest movement of people since the genocide in Rwanda.
Cleveland’s Worker-Owned Boom
by Gar Alperovitz, Ted Howard, Steve Dubb
Rust-belt to recovery through worker-owned business and city, hospital, and university cooperation.
Mondragón Worker-Cooperatives Decide How to Ride Out a Downturn
by Georgia Kelly, Shaula Massena
Mondragón Cooperative Corporation: Look who makes the profits.