The New American Crisis by Greg Ruggiero
Radical Analyses of the Problems Facing America Today

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Based on the acclaimed Open Magazine Pamphlet Series, The New American Crisis is a call to action amid inertia. Featuring some of America's leading activists and progressive thinkers, these candid, trenchant essays and interviews address the key issues we face in the United States, and offer radical solutions otherwise unheard amid the current conservative political climate.

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Ruggiero is cofounder of the Open Media series.
Published January 1, 1996 by New Press, The. 327 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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So, too, does economist Juliet Schor, who sees hope for an eventual leftward swing in what she candidly calls ``the slaughter of the Democrats in the 1994 midterm elections.'' The contributors' takes on American politics may be of lesser interest to general readers, however, than are a set of tra...

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The sensible closing essay, by New Party supporter Juliet Schor, offers ways (reduced hours, democratized corporate governance) to make the economy more people-oriented.

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