New age politics: healing self and society : the emerging new alternative to Marxism and liberalism
Stimulating+inspirational...Mark Satin does a good job of drawing (together) the best thinking of over 200 new age philosophers...his vision of the future is tempered with some well thought out alternatives to our present way of doing things"; "at 30 he's already miles ahead of the academics+intellectuals who cling to the Marxist vision"; "this book should probably have been written by a radical feminist. Indeed, I wish I had written it myself. We had the roots of this thinking all along"--Makara, a West Coast feminist magazine; gift quality almost like new collectible copy.
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