We clean with vinegar. All the time.
Schell was known as both a writer for the The New Yorker and The Nation, as well as an activist in the anti-nuclear, anti-war, and pro-Occupy movements.
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Tony Benn, the former British Cabinet minister, longtime Parliament member and antiwar activist, has died at the age of 88.
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William Stevenson needs New York State Green Party members to circulate ballot petitions for the 2nd Congressional District (Suffolk and Nassau counties).
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“Petroleum, Poetry and Peace: The Exploration for Ecological Hope, Economic Justice and A Sense of Place” with Margie Swedish and The Peace Poets.
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Arundhati Roy’s essay on the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, is the first essay in the book to feel that it is based on contemporary world politics.
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This 3 1/2 page conversation between Pauling & Ikeda does not make a cogent argument against absolute pacifism.
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Linus Pauling: Nuclear war is the ultimate immorality. But the immorality of war is not limited to the use of nuclear weapons.
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Green Party of Suffolk needs candidates who favor justice over inequality, clean energy over pollution, and public good over political wheeling-and-dealing.
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