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WOMEN’S AUTHORITY, WOMEN’S LIVES: The ERA or the Great Law of Peace?

WOMEN’S AUTHORITY, WOMEN’S LIVES:  The ERA or the Great Law of Peace? Which amendment would meaningfully improve U.S. women’s lives—the ERA or the Great Law of Peace–sooner rather than later? Posted March 29, 2018   I am 66-years old, a born feminist for many reasons, most of which still exist today. When the Women’s March […]

Beyond Capitalism, Before Billionaires: A New-Old System

  BEYOND CAPITALISM, BEFORE BILLIONAIRES:  A New-Old System Posted February 13, 2017 Adapted from a post published on COMFOOD listserv (Tufts University), Feb. 3, 2017. Written in response to a January 2017 thought piece by Ahna Kruzic and Eric Holt-Giminez (Food First), Beyond Trump: How Will a Billionaire’s Privatization of the Presidency Affect our Food? […]

Women’s Councils: A high-impact election platform in 2016

Women’s Councils: A high-impact election platform in 2016 Published April 12, 2016 Five days before the March 15 Illinois primary, this 65-year old voter realized that no presidential candidate was addressing my high priority issue: restoring women’s collective public authority to U.S. soil. This is a high-impact platform that could unify our nation, move us […]

Rational Agriculture Incompatible with Capitalism: Gendered rationality and Iroquois Constitution

Posted May 2, 2015 Note: This was originally posted on the COMFOOD list-serv (April 15, 2015), in response to Hank Herrera's posting (April 9, 2015). Thanks for posting the very welcome analysis of capitalism, using the double lens of "rationality" and "agriculture". Megdoff's analysis of agriculture deserves to be widely disseminated and discussed as one […]