Waking Up: Freeing Ourselves From Work
by Pamela Satterwhite
Publisher: A Humming Words 2009
Number of pages: 272
This book explains how we came to be servants of an economic system, rather than the other way around. It proposes a theory of wholism for critiquing the present reality and envisioning the world we want, and then suggests concrete actions to help us get there.
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