Table of contents for Global values 101 : a short course / edited by Kate Holbrook ... [et al.].

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social values.
Social justice.