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Steve Weissman : How Washington Learned to Love Nonviolence

The use of nonviolence for covert intervention Sharp was talking ‘about seizing political power or denying it to others,’ and doing it without having to break things or kill people. By Steve Weissman / The Rag Blog / September 29, … finish reading Steve Weissman : How Washington Learned to Love Nonviolence

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Steve Weissman : The U.S. Role in Iran’s ‘Green Revolution’

Photo from BrooWaha.com.Iran: Seen to Be Meddling Our multimedia meddlers sought… to help mobilize the millions of Iranians who had already turned against the regime of Ahmadinejad and were questioning the theocratic rule of the ayatollahs. By Steve Weissman / … finish reading Steve Weissman : The U.S. Role in Iran’s ‘Green Revolution’

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Harvey Wasserman : The Eight Green Steps to Solartopia

Pete Seeger sings Solartopia. Download here. Solartopia is diverse, sustainable, and socially just, the necessary, possible vision of a civilization in which we can all survive and thrive. By Harvey Wasserman / The Rag Blog / May 27, 2009 Includes … finish reading Harvey Wasserman : The Eight Green Steps to Solartopia

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Ruthy and the Pedal People : Taking Out the Trash

Ruthy Woodring: Garbage duty in the Massachusetts winter. Photo courtesy the Pedal People. I like Ruthy’s special combination of valuing personal independence and community interdependence. I’ve rarely met a young woman who seems as fearless and sanguine about the world, … finish reading Ruthy and the Pedal People : Taking Out the Trash

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India : On the Front Lines of the Global Food Crisis

The courtyard of the home where I stayed.Things that go bump in the nightBy Mira Kamdar / August 4, 2008 JAITU, FARIDKOT DISTRICT, India—Wrapped in a musky blanket under a fan that was frantically trying to beat the air free … finish reading India : On the Front Lines of the Global Food Crisis

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