After 9/11: Solutions for a Saner World
AlterNet.org, 2001 - Political Science - 187 pages
After September 11, whether we like it or not, we are faced with a different world. Our concept of security, civil liberties, economy, and view of ourselves and the rest of the world have all been transformed, one way or the other. This book collects articles by some of today's biggest names on the Left, covering the full depth, and breadth of this sea change...both the causes and effects of 9/11, as well as how we can forge solutions for a saner, and safer future. The big names you'll recognize include: Jeff Chang, Barbara Ehrenreich, Riane Eisler, Richard Falk, Laura Flanders, Nat Henfoff, Jim Hightower, Barbara Kingsolver, Naomi Klein, Barbara Lee, Bill Moyers, Joel Rogers, Arundhati Roy, Edward Said, Danny Schechter and Katrina vanden Heuvel. A substantial tome, with an abundant resource list for further exploration and study.
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