Common Sense for the Twenty-First Century

Much of our current media makes us feel powerless and unconscious. These commentaries are designed to make us conscious and aware of the power we have to build humane national and international polities.

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Blase Bonpane

Publication Date: August 1, 2004

Genre/Imprint: Non-Fiction, Red Hen Press

$16.95 Tradepaper

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ISBN: 1-888996-56-0


Chalmers Johnson reviews Common Sense for the Twenty-First Century

Common Sense for the Twenty-First Century Blase Bonpane. Red Hen (CDC, dist.) $16.95 (272p) ISBN 1-888996-56-0Your new book is an absolute jewel. The commentaries on everything from Haiti to Falluja are outstanding, and I found the interviews valuable. Also the book has been beautifully produced. I hope it has a big impact. It would be […]