Free Internet Book: "God's Revolution" by Eberhard Arnold

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FREE INTERNET BOOK: "GOD'S REVOLUTION" BY EBERHARD ARNOLD, 174 pg Enjoy the feast!
http://data.plough.com/ebooks/GodsRevolution.pdfMORE FREE INTERNET BOOKS!

Dorothee Soelle: "Mysticism and Resistance"

http://www.maryknollsocietymall.org/chapters/1-57075-640-6.pdf

Eberhard Arnold: "Salt and Light"

http://www.plough.com/ebooks/pdfs/SalzUndLicht.pdf

"Enough is Enough" by Herman Daly and others

http://steadystate.org/wp-content/uploads/EnoughIsEnough_FullReport.pdf

http://steadystate.org/wp-content/uploads/EnoughIsEnough_Summary.pdf

"Free Culture" by Lawrence Lessig

http://www.feedbooks.com/book/2750.pdf

http://www.free-culture.cc/freeculture.pdf

"Free: The Future of a Radical Price" by Chris Anderson

http://www.wired.com/techbiz/it/magazine/17-07/mf_freer


"Needs and Limits" by Frank Rotering

http://members.shaw.ca/needsandlimits/pdf_files/needs_and_limits-3rd_edi...

"Culture Change" by Alexis Zeigler

http://conev.org/ren14x.pdf

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The Social Contract and the Kingdom of GodWhen the social contract disappears, we become wolves to each other. The tradition of prophetic socialism sees the kingdom of God as the imperative for peace, justice and preservation of creation. Utopia is not a different world but a better world (Christoph Blumhardt). The future could be full of community centers and free Internet books!

to read Urs Eigenmann's 8-page essay "The Social Contract and the Kingdom of God" published in 1998, click on

ilrs.org/english/reports/eigenmann.html

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The other way we're subsidizing Walmart...

Most of us know how taxpayers subsidize Walmart's low wages with billions of dollars in Medicaid, food stamps, and other financial assistance for workers. But, did you know that we're also subsidizing the retail giant by paying the cost of their environmental destruction.

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