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Blog Post, February, 24 2009
Wilson's ZSpace page
One example of Naomi Klein's Shock Doctrine may be found in the implementation of a 1962 plan to quickly eliminate "excess resources," in U.S. agriculture, one third of U.S. farmers and farm workers.
Blog Post, February, 13 2009
Monbiot's ZSpace page
Christopher Booker has a major contender: columnist, John Tomlinson, from Flint, Michigan
Blog Post, December, 29 2008
Schubart's ZSpace page
It's increasingly clear that the signs are in front of us, and more of the same shenanigans won't help anyone in the long run.
Blog Post, August, 06 2008
Rai's ZSpace page
This week the third annual Camp for Climate Action is taking place in southern England. 2,000 activists are expected to attend, camping in a field near Kingsnorth coal power station in Kent, 30 miles east of London, to attend workshops, camp in se...
Blog Post, July, 30 2008
Wilson's ZSpace page
There are a number of myths about the impact of U.S. farm policy on foreign farmers and the food crisis.
Blog Post, July, 19 2008
Eletto's ZSpace page
Water, the foundation of all life on this planet, is becoming emblematic of 21st Century Politics.
Blog Post, June, 18 2008
Ariel's ZSpace page
The False Logic of Green Capitalism in 3 Easy Steps
Blog Post, April, 16 2008
Joshua kahn Russell
Russell's ZSpace page
Reportback from the Dream Reborn conference in Memphis TN.
Blog Post, April, 06 2008
Denvir's ZSpace page
Across Latin America, resurgent indigenous, labor and campesino movements have contributed to the rise of new governments that declare their independence from the neoliberal economic model, promise a more equitable distribution of wealth and incre...
Blog Post, March, 19 2008
Black's ZSpace page
A speech about oil and natural gas interests in and around the so-called war on ‘terror.’
Blog Post, March, 01 2008
Spannos's ZSpace page
After three years of organizing and editing, the book Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press) will finally be released in May.
Blog Post, January, 17 2008
Wetzel's ZSpace page
How land use patterns have created great differences in the level of auto reliance between central cities and outlying areas, even in Los Angeles.