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Synthesis/Regeneration — A Magazine of Green Social Thought     
Green Social Thought

A Magazine of Synthesis and Regeneration     

See all new material — issues 61 and later (since 2013)
— at http://www.greensocialthought.org
This site archives prior material.

  Links to issues 1-60 and articles are here.
  For archives and additional information see the
Website Table of Contents #below near the bottom of this page.
Print subscriptions: $15 (four issues) Additional information for outside U.S.
Remit to: WD Press, P.O. Box 300275, St. Louis, MO 63130
   Site last updated 6 December 2012.

    Winter, 2013 S/R 60: Growth is Plunder is available.
Articles on capitalism, Green capitalism, world energy, and occupying the one-percent. [16 nov 12]    Table of contents.

Crystal Washington at MWH, Sept 17 2012. Photo: Don Fitz

Sustainable Colonialism® in the Boreal Forest —Russ McSpadden
Inside the Psyche of the 1% —Don Fitz
The Politics of Bread in Egypt —Stan Cox
Occupy Monsanto: Occupy the Dialectic —Don Fitz
Did Organized Money Defeat Organized Labor? —Barry Finger
Vavilov’s Achievement —Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero
Critique of Jacobson and Delucchi’s Proposals for a World Renewable Energy Supply —Ted Trainer

    Fall, 2012 S/R 59: Looters and Savers is available.
Articles on recycling, Fukushima, medicine, Henry Wallace, and the "Green" Internet. [14 aug 12]    Table of contents.

An Agrarian Progressive: Henry A. Wallace —Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero
Eat, Sleep, Click: The Bicycle-Powered Internet —Jane Anne Morris
The New Global Medicine —Don Fitz
India and China Scramble for Africa —Jemima Pierre
E-Waste Recycling Is Deceptive —Paul Palmer

    Spring, 2012 S/R 58: Occupy: The Turning Point? is available.
Articles on Robin Hood, agriculture and food, Wisconsin, and Occupy. [18 aug 12]    Table of contents.

Declaration of the Occupation of New York City
A Lesson for Labor from Occupy Wall Street —Steve Early
Robin Hood: Stand and Deliver! —review by R. Burke
Who Will Feed the People? Obstacles to Small-Scale Agriculture in the US —Kollibri terre Sonnenblume
Time for a New Unionism? Wisconsin’s Painfully Moderate Labor Uprising —Jane Anne Morris
Kurzarbeit, “Living-Dead Capitalism,” and the Future of the Left —G. S. Evans

    Winter, 2012 S/R 57: Empire Decaying.
Articles on Wisconsin, Fukushima, postal workers, and the pipeline. [2 dec 11]    Table of contents.

Postal Workers: The Last Union —by Allison Kilkenny
Why Personal Change Does Not Equal Political Change —by Derrick Jensen
A Green Look at the Wisconsin Spring —by Jane Anne Morris
Meltdown Before the Tsunami Hit: TEPCO’s Darkest Secret —by David McNeill and Jake Adelstein
Iceland’s Ongoing Revolution —by Deena Stryker
An Affirmation of Labor’s Subordination to Capital —by Geoffrey McDonald
The Great Divide —by Henry Robertson

Recent issues 51 through 56 (2010-2011): with links to selected articles
Issues 46 through 50 (2008-2009): with links to selected articles
Issues 42 through 45 (200-2008): with links to selected articles
Issues 35 through 41 (2004-2006): with links to selected articles
Issues 25 through 34 (2001-2004: with links to selected articles

Sampler: Featured articles, selected issues

Selected articles on Green economics
Pointers to 16 articles on Green economics from S/R 1993-2002.
[25 jan 01 updated 4 oct 02]

Selected articles on Green candidates and elected officials
Pointers to ten articles on Green electoral politics from S/R 1997-2002.
[6 jun 00 updated 6 oct 02]

Selected articles on Green visions and political action
Pointers to 12 articles on Green activism from S/R 1993-2002. [1 aug 00 updated 7 oct 02]

Green White House (c) Wm. Brown
[from the cover of s/r 4]

S I T E    T A B L E   O F   C O N T E N T S

This web archive contains about 1,380 articles (most of the text from some 2,400 pages— ~57 issues (18 years)—of the magazine):

S / R   T W E N T I E T H   A N N I V E R S A R Y   1 9 9 1 - 2 0 1 1
  T W E L V E   Y E A R S    O N    T H E    W E B   1 9 9 9 - 2 0 1 1

Synthesis/Regeneration is independently published by a network of Greens and others, as a project of the Gateway Green Education Foundation. Synthesis/Regeneration is printed on recycled paper in a union shop.

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