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Do It Yourself: A Handbook for Changing Our World

By: Trapese Collective
Publisher: Pluto Press
Do It Yourself: A Handbook for Changing Our World
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Ethical consumerism is a big business. But leading a sustainable and truly radical life encompasses a whole variety of things that challenge the mainstream. This book shows you how to change the world. It describes how you can create equitable ways of living that can help transform not just your own life, but the culture around you.

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By: Trapese Collective
Publisher: Pluto Press
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