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Change is on the Way


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I hope this is an indication of a change for the better:

5 of the top 10 Globe and Mail National Non-Fiction Bestsellers are written by some good ol' leftie authors. Hooray!

1. Stupid White Men by Michael Moore
2. 9-11 by Noam Chomsky
4. Good News for a Change by David Suzuki and Holly Dressel
9. Blue Gold by Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke
10. On Equilibrium by John Ralston Saul


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Read On Equilibrium by JRS, it was alright... well written good ideas and thoughts, but at the end the ideas didn't really seem cohesive and he failed to wrap them together to complete the book's thesis. just mho. But the originality of some ideas made me glad I read it.
any one else read any of these books?


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Originally posted by PosTMOd
In paperback... number 8... Naomi Klein (No Logo).... on the list for the 62nd week...

I have heard that book is really dry. Good read but hard to get into it.
The noam chomsky one looks interesting.. what is that one about?

anyoe know?.. he is the sociological theorist right?
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Just finished a book called Culture Jam by Kalle Lasn -- the dude who founded AdBusters. Great fucking read, and extremely well written.

Highly recommend this one to every one of you.