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Contents Introduction by Brian Palmer 1. History and Investigations Asking the Questions Howard Zinn, historian Elaine Scarry, literary scholar Noam Chomsky, linguist 2. Labor and Economy Working It Out Robert Reich, political scholar Juliet Schor, economist Aaron Feuerstein, corporate leader Naomi Klein, journalist 3. Diversity and Equality Balancing the Scales Lani Guinier, legal scholar Katha Pollitt, writer 4. Brutality, Bloodshed, and Resolution A Violent Inheritance Martha Minow, legal scholar Swanee Hunt, diplomat Jennifer Leaning, physician 5. Religion and Ethics In Search of Global Values Harvey Cox, theologian Peter Singer, ethicist 6. Proximity and Distance Closing the Gap Paul Farmer, physician Amy Goodman, journalist Jonathan Kozol, educator TK Sources Acknowledgments Index TK
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