Mission Rejected reviewed at Feminist Review blog
I recently read a list of dos and don’ts for successful blogging. One of the recommendations (number 3) was to use descriptitve titles. Thus the boring title of this post.
Meanwhile, in the part of the world that does not revolve around me and my blog posts, U.S. soldiers are–sometimes–deciding that fighting this, or maybe any, war is a bunch of bunk. Peter Laufer writes about them, and Feminist Review writes about what he wrote about. They like the book and I imagine so will you.
“The movement for freedom from poisons in our food and agriculture is the most important freedom movement in our times. . . . Read the story of Mals to get inspired. And act.” —from the foreword by VANDANA SHIVA The recent uncovering of The Poison Papers—a collection of documents revealing years of apparent collusion between companies…Read More
William Wordsworth was right when he said, “Nature never did betray the heart that loved her.” Nevertheless, the cold, dark days of winter can still get the best of even Nature’s most tenderhearted admirer. What’s one to do? We here at Chelsea Green have concocted the perfect cabin fever remedy with our suggested winter reading…Read More
On Tuesday, October 3rd at 11:30 a.m. EST, check out Facebook.com/SenatorSanders for a special Facebook Live event with Senator Bernie Sanders and Chuck Collins, Institute for Policy Studies, author of Born on Third Base, co-editor of Inequality.org. In case you miss the live broadcast, you can watch the replay on the Facebook event page. In…Read More
Q: First things first: Why did you want to write this book? A: I studied economics at university 25 years ago because I wanted to make a difference in the world and believed that economics – the mother tongue of public policy – would best equip me to do that. Instead, its theories left me…Read More