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ISBN: 9780965377492
Publisher: Berkeley Hills Books
Edition: First Edition
Publication Date: 1998-10
Number of pages: 309
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For three decades, Jerry Brown has been one of the most insightful and outspoken figures on the American cultural landscape. Former Governor of California and Mayor of the city of Oakland, he has re-evaluated and attacked entrenched ideas, forging a political philosophy that transcends conventional boundaries.

Dialogues is a collection of conversations between Brown and eighteen men and women whose ideas and activism have helped shape his vision. Ranging from the villages of India to the streets of the South Bronx, from birth centers in Holland to Louisiana' s Death Row, from battlefields to Buddhist monasteries, this work explores accepted practices that undermine a just society, and proposes ways of being that can lead to a sustainable future.

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