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Features

Ecotopia: a future with a long past

Most radical thought and action about the environment could be described as “utopian”, since it envisages a radically different society with strongly sustainable development where the inte

On independence

Harijan: You have said in your article in the Harijan of 15 July, under the caption “The Real Danger”, that Congressmen in general certainly do not know the kind of indepe

Everywhere and nowhere: utopian possibilities in culture and society

Oscar Wilde famously observed that he couldn't look at a map without it present among the nations, while Sir Thomas More invented the word with his 1516 treatise on the ideal society, comp

Nuclear utopias

During the Second World War, nuclear weapons were developed and used.

Martin Buber's Paths in Utopia. The Kibbutz: an experiment that didn't fail?

It is important to note at the outset that my own intellectual and moral development was profoundly influenced by Martin Buber's writings.

Envisioning our utopias

This short workshop is intended to provide an opportunity to investigate our own utopias: "don't dream about your life, live your dreams".

Prison letter

Claire Marie Hanrahan, No 90285-020, Range 1, Federal Prison Camp

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Against the current views on crime and punishment

Why is punishment inflicted? Most people don't even ask themselves that question.

Prison and nonviolent Struggle

Timed to coincide with the annual Prisoners for Peace list and associated articles, Peace News takes a look at prison and nonviolent struggle.

To work or not to work...?

As a nonviolent activist who has been to prison for short periods on a number of occasions over anumber of years, the issue of how much we, as prisoners and as activists, participate in ou