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Living in a World of
Tanya Lee Stone
by Blackbirch Press
Written in English
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In Living in a World that Can’t Be Fixed, Curtis White argues that the only way to save the planet, bypass social antagonisms, and build communities that actually work for us is through a strong and vital counterculture. He shows us the legacy and effectiveness of countercultural movements that existed long before the storied s and.
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