>>access to acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropracty, nutrition, and herbology?"
Admittedly a small point, but I find it jarring to read of even indirect
support for utter nonsense such as homeopathy in articles by leftists.
>"Some of these alternative ways of experiencing the world persist even
>today, not only >ELSEWHERE among, say, the remaining Mayan peoples of
>Chiapas and indigenous people in the >South Pacific, but as residual
>memories within our OWN minds, our own relationships."
What is this supposed to mean???
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Subject: Mitchel's Marxism & the Environment talk now on-line
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 13:27:14 -0500
Stan Goff has kindly posted the talk I gave on January 26, 2007, at Bertell
Ollman's Marxism Seminar, at
You can read the entire talk there -- including the parts that I had to
excise due to time constraints (concerning stem cell research and the left)
and also post your own comments.
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