By Stacy Mitchell (Beacon Press, 2006)
“. . . a galvanizing eye-opener that deserves the widest possible audience. This is one of those urgent, revelatory volumes that could change how many readers conduct their daily lives, since it illuminates a stunning collection of hidden economic and societal costs. . . Mitchell devotes the final quarter of her powerful book to inspiring lessons from places that are turning the tide.”
—John Marshall, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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