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Top Ten Songs about the Environment | The Nation

thenation.com — Every good movement needs its music.
Sep 20, 2014

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Sep 20, 2014

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Sep 20, 2014

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The UK Lives, For Now | The Nation

thenation.com — The bracing campaign for independence gave Scots a vision of a real political alternative. Yesterday, the long deliberation of the Scottish people over self-rule went down to the wire. This morning, the UK is still alive, though it has lost a lot of blood and guts, and may never recover.
Sep 20, 2014

Festival of democracy-- if US had such unbelievable turnout we'd have a different politics/ The UK Lives, for Now thenation.com/article/181684…

Sep 20, 2014

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While We March for the Climate, Governments Meet With Polluters | The Nation

thenation.com — This article is a joint publication of TheNation.com and Foreign Policy In Focus. I'm going to guess you've heard of the People's Climate March by now. It's been all over Facebook, the blogosphere, buses and subway cars-it's even shown up on network news, which has been something of a black hole for climate activism.
Sep 20, 2014

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Can the Climate Crisis Finally Force Us to Change Our Broken System? | The Nation

thenation.com — There have undoubtedly been stable periods in human history, but you and your parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents never lived through one, and neither will any children or grandchildren you may have or come to have. Everything has been changing continuously, profoundly - from the role of women to the nature of agriculture.
Sep 20, 2014

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