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"The Immediate Epic: The Final Statement of the Plan" by Upton Sinclair 1933

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IMMEDIATE EPIC

PREFACE

The purpose of this pamphlet is to discuss those steps of the Plan to End Poverty in California which have to be taken FIRST.

Wall St. vs Main St.: The Measure of Econ. Democracy By Tadit Anderson

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Posted by Tadit Anderson on November 18th, 2007 

Agarian Justice by Thomas Paine

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 Agrarian Justice
by Thomas Paine

To preserve the benefits of what is called civilized life, and to remedy at the same time the evil which it has produced, ought to considered as one of the first objects of reformed legislation.

CAP AND DIVIDEND: A STATE-BY-STATE ANALYSIS Boyce and Riddle 2009 (PDF only)

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Democracy, Earth Rights and the Next Economy by Alanna Hartzok 2001(paper)

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the full paper can be found at http://www.earthrights.net/docs/schumacher.html
this is an edited version

Notes on Anarchism By Noam Chomsky 1973 (paper) from Re-Imagining Society/Zspace

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Notes on Anarchism

July 09, 2009
By Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky's ZSpace Page

[Contribution to the Reimagining Society Project hosted by ZCommunications / originally published in For Reasons of State (1973)]

An Agreement of the People: A Declaration of Rights made in England by the Levellers in 1647 (Paper)

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 The Agreement of the People, as presented to the Council of the Army.

October 28, 1647. An Agreement of the People for a firm and present peace upon grounds of common right.

The Magna Carta- One of the founding documents of western democracy (Paper) 1215 C.E.

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The Magna Carta
(The Great Charter)

The Charter of the Forest 1217 C.E. (Paper) the legal foundation of the commons

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 The charter was designed to complement Magna Carta, which had been signed in 1215 by Henry’s predecessor and father, King John, in which he promised his subjects that England would be governed, and his barons dealt with, according to the customs of feudal law. Almost immediately, Magna Carta was nullified by Pope Innocent III, who agreed with John that the agreement had been extorted by force. The barons rebelled (see Barons’ War), and in October 1216 John died and was succeeded by his nine-year-old son, Henry.

Race, the National Question, Empire and Socialist Strategy... (paper) From Re-Imagining Society

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This was taken from a new Z Space project entitled Re-Imagining Society

 

 Race, the National Question, Empire and Socialist Strategy in the USA
 

 

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