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World That Works (A): Building Blocks for a Just and Sustainable Society
by Trent Schroyer (ed.)

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Publication Date: 1997
Publisher: Bootstrap
Binding: Paperback
Topics: Agriculture, Climate Change, Corporate Rule, Democracy: Theory & Practice, Economics, Human Health & Welfare, Indigenous Peoples, Labor & Work / Classism, Militarism, Nature, Social Movements, Sustainable Community, Technology, Third World Peoples, Visioning the Future
Condition: Special Sale

Description: Animated by the proposition that an economics constrained by respect for the natural world and human dignity is possible, this volume offers a rich menu of alternative ideas and experiences that are moving us toward a more just and sustainable future. It also helped to set the stage for the June 1997 TOES (The Other Economic Summit) in Denver. Many of the ideas and experiences discussed in the book were debated there as alternatives to the official agenda being addressed by the government leaders at the Group of 7 Economic Summit occurring simultaneously. Produced in association with The Other Economic Summit (TOES).

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