The Thom Hartmann Reader Hardback
Edited by Tai Moses
Connecting the dots... Whether he is writing about presidential power or children with learning disabilities, Thom Hartmann is uniquely able to see the patterns and the root causes of our problems as a people.
This book has been compiled from fourteen previously published sources in a completely new and original way.
More than thirty different contributions have been included.
Subjects include the environmental crisis, lost jobs, media control, sexism, healing democracy, the lessons of ADD, corporate power, the nature of community, and much more.
With an introduction that pulls it all together, updates on Thom's thinking throughout, and interesting editorial asides, this new volume makes for an amazing compilation of Thom's best writing.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 360 pages
- Publisher: Berrett-Koehler
- Publication Date: 07/11/2011
- Category: Reportage & collected journalism
- ISBN: 9781576757611
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