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Social Change

  • Editorial

    Sugar-coated ritual

    Eating is a most ordinary act. Scrounge through the cupboard, peer into the open fridge, pour, peel, unwrap, nuke, scoop, chew, swallow, put the dishes on the counter. Again and again. It is the basic daily maintenance of existence. Sometimes it’s tasty, sometimes it’s drudgery.

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  • Editorial

    Should we love Goliath?

    We are right; they are wrong.

    It’s a fundamental premise of most activism. We – the enlightened remnant – face off against the military-industrial complex, neo-con conspirators, suburban SUV drivers, or other favored Goliath. But is moralistic antagonism the path to a better world? Is it possible to address conflicts between the powerful and powerless without demonizing certain players?

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  • Editorial

    Monster liberation

    In our guts we know there’s more to the monster myth than consumer products and entertainment venues.

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  • Editorial

    Demons rip creation where humans forget their calling

    Since 1984 I have walked with the people of Guatemala, as they have confronted genocide and devastating poverty, while the filthy rich, the blind and heart-scarred few, gorge and dance in oblivion on the bones of the many dead. Those rich are local Guatemalans, and as always, foreign exploiters.

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  • Editorial

    When Goliath wins

    “Losing this fight with Wal-Mart was a death. But in the death have been new opportunities for life. This issue brought the community together – a diverse group of people, religious and secular folks alike – united for the same cause.The divisions just evaporated.” That is something Wal-Mart can’t touch.

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  • Editorial

    Catalog of social change

    A litany of social change actors.

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