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The Age of Consent A Manifesto for a New World Order

By: George Monbiot
274 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: HarperCollins
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Provides a touchstone for debate about the political and economic presumptions and prejudices on which our society has rested since the 2nd World War. This provocative title shows us how we can put things right - by adopting a radical vision of a new way of living - by consenting to change our world for the better.
`George Monbiot offers a searchingly rigorous analysis of the sources of American power and presents a package of proposals that would radically redraw the present world order. It is breathtaking in its radicalism, and if it is far too radical for some tastes, can they suggest any lesser options that will produce the same vast improvement in world justice and poverty? The floor is theirs.' Michael Meacher, The Guardian, June 2003

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By: George Monbiot
274 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: HarperCollins
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