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Table of Contents Winter 1999/2000

ESSENTIAL READINGS
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Introduction

Recommendations from:

Rick Bass

Tom Butler

Helen Caldicott

Chellis Glendinning

Joan Dye Gussow

Don Hancock

Michael Jacobson

Carl Jensen

Kim Klein

Frances Moore Lappé

L. Hunter Lovins

Ed Marston

Alison Monroe

John Nichols

Frances Ortega

Margaret Randall

Paul Robinson

Chris Shuey

Holly Sklar

Lynda Taylor

Grace Thorpe

Steve Viederman

David Walls

Peter Warshall

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