Archive for May, 2013

Gar Alperovitz

May 13 . 2013

In What Then Must We Do?, Gar Alperovitz speaks directly to the reader about where we find ourselves in history, why the time is right for a new-economy movement to coalesce, what it means to build a new system to replace the crumbling one, and how we might begin.

Jessica Mason Pieklo

May 9 . 2013

Crow After Roe examines eleven states since 2010 that have each passed a different anti-abortion or anti-women’s health law explicitly written to provoke a repeal of Roe v. Wade. Co-author, Jessica Pieklo tells us what has changed.

Kathryn Joyce

May 8 . 2013

Kathryn Joyce‘s, The Child Catchers is a shocking exposé of what the adoption industry has become and how it got there, told through deep investigative reporting and the heartbreaking stories of individuals who became collateral damage in a market driven by profit and, now, pulpit command.

Jonah Berger

May 7 . 2013

In Contagious, Jonah Berger combines his groundbreaking research with powerful stories to explain the secret science behind social transmission.

Diane Wetendorf

May 6 . 2013

Diane Wetendorf argues that the Religious Right seeks to divert tax dollars from liberal, secular, and feminist programs to private entities and conservative faith-based organizations in Hijacked By the Right.

Kate Brown

May 2 . 2013

In Plutopia, Kate Brown draws on official records and dozens of interviews to tell the extraordinary stories of Richland, Washington and Ozersk, Russia-the first two cities in the world to produce plutonium.

Tom Diaz

May 1 . 2013

The Last Gun explores how the gun industry and the nature of gun violence have changed, including the disturbing rise in military-grade gun models.