Alan Sondheim on Thu, 14 Feb 2002 00:58:02 +0100 (CET)

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[Nettime-bold] new After 9/11 book from AlterNet (fwd)

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Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 17:24:14 -0600
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Subject: new After 9/11 book from AlterNet

Dear AlterNet community members --

AlterNet is proud to announce the publication of an important new book:
"After 9/11: Solutions for a Saner World"

This diverse collection of 42 articles untangles the knot of our new
post-9/11 landscape. It features leading writers like Bill Moyers,
Barbara Kingsolver, Jim Hightower, Barbara Ehrenreich, Edward Said,
Arianna Huffington, Laura Flanders, Nat Hentoff and Arundhati Roy.

For more information, or to order a copy online, go to:

"After 9/11" tackles every subject from civil liberties to Islamic
fundamentalism to economics to sex. It goes beyond America's initial
grief and anger, providing vision for a saner, safer future.

If we are to steer the national conversation away from knee-jerk
flag-waving and scare tactic, and toward solutions and true security,
this book needs to reach farther than the growing AlterNet community.

So we need your help. We encourage you to not only pick up a copy
for your own family, but also to introduce "After 9/11" into your
communities -- your local bookstores, your houses of worship, your
classrooms, your community centers and wherever else people gather.
And please forward this email to anyone you think might be
interested in a copy.

For more information or to order the book online, go to:

(For those of you who previously tried to purchase online, our system
is now fully functional. We apologize for the earlier glitches.)

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