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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 2 JANUARY 8, 1986 LOOKING FORWARD—AND BACK AS we move toward the dawn of the t ... oung is virtually indecent by comparison with what we should like for our children. Our political arrange ... e or guile, "helping" may often work backwards. As Wes Jackson said recently, in his list of "Falsehoods ... ly recognized as the foundation of a good society. Jackson, it seems, has enough to keep going, but a man with ... for understanding this problem? A brief article by Wes Jackson in the spring Land Report (issued by the L ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 3 JANUARY 21, 1987 ON BECOMING INHABITANTS IF the modern world, in the persons of ... nsition so that we can live with that mystery. Can we stop tearing the web apart and consciously build a ... Volume XL, No. 3 We turn now to an interview with Wes Jackson by the editor of In Context, Robert Gilman ... ute was established more than ten years ago by Wes Jackson, the long-term objective being the development of a ... here is an organization, Native Seeds SEARCH, 3950 West New York, Tucson, Arizona 85745. At the beginning ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 21 MAY 21, 1986 THE VISION OF KROPOTKIN THE dreams of the Utopians, when appli ... scape from a prison hospital in St. Petersberg. In Western Europe, he found his home in the anarchist mov ... ible. It is being made already, here and there, as we saw on the preceding pages. This step is imposed by ... s of farming is now repeated by Wendell Berry, Wes Jackson, and others, but today only about three per cent of ... te reporting and sound judgment, ran a story about Wes Jackson's Land Institute near Salina, Kansas, and ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 2, 1985 THE RESEARCH HAS BEEN DONE WITH the coming of virtually i ... tile, and in some ways receptive, to the new idea. We should add that an element of resistance to innovat ... Agriculture, Water Supply, and related activities; we should add Government, Education, Urban Disorder, P ... nd (North Point Press, 1984, $12.50) edited by Wes Jackson, Wendell Berry, and Bruce Colman. This essay, "Ener ... ood and important stuff to read—too much, in fact. We suggest that one start with the book named above, E ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 40 OCTOBER 1, 1986 THE OBLIGATIONS OF CONSCIOUSNESS IT is time, we are told on ... o are both theorists and practitioners—people like Wes Jackson and Wendell Berry, whose work is by no mea ... ress is 5798 Ridgewood Road, Willits, Calif. 95490 Wes Jackson was a farmer boy who grew up in Kansas, go ... nd Report, issued by the Institute, his wife, Dana Jackson, who edits the paper, tells in brief the story of h ... is life. Wes Jackson started the Land Institute in the fall of ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIV, NO. 52 DECEMBER 30, 1981 ALBERT CAMUS THE life-span of Albert Camus, from 1913 to ... ight be named the Disgrace of the World, or of the Western World. He was born in French Algeria and grew ... t present. However, the quarter-truth contained in Western society is called liberty. And liberty is the ... riculture, Berry says: The book was written by Wes Jackson, but the life and work it comes out of belong both ... to Wes and his wife, Dana. Both are native Kansans of rur ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XL, NO. 43 OCTOBER 28, 1987 THE COUNTRY—NOW AND TOMORROW AS all of us know—those, that is ... ate. To maintain spending in excess of production, we sell assets and borrow abroad. Now comes another ge ... d no money in the till. Meanwhile we buy more than we sell, and more than we can pay for. Says Coffin: So ... f the Institute are Volume XL, No. 43 Wes and Dana Jackson, whose goal is to discover and make known the pract ... ies there. In an article, "The Land Needs People," Wes Jackson says: If we are to place agriculture back ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXVIII, NO. 51 DECEMBER 18, 1985 THE AMERICAN GARDEN THERE is a mood in the air today wh ... es place? This is not of course a new idea. In the West it originated with Plato and has been repeated by ... d be lords of creation, and then do what he thinks we should. Earlier he had warned: "But if intention is ... like saying that anybody can play the violin. Wes Jackson, a farmer all his life, says: I'm just now beginnin ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XLI, NO. 17 APRIL 27, 1988 A THOUSAND-YEAR JOURNEY IT is natural enough that there should ... he holds that the collective loss, on the part of western cultures, of a "notion of ultimate unity that ... o say and write about. Who are we? What are we? If we start with the facts we shall answer that we are co ... teve Robinson, then Dana Meadows, and Wes and Dana Jackson, then Conn Nugent. Then she compared herself with t ... re article in the Annals deserves attention. It is Wes Jackson's "Six Assumptions that have Shaped Americ ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 24, 1986 THE LOST JOY OF LIFE DRAWN, as he explained, by "some in ... e'll tell a little more about this book, but first we should explain why our notice of it is in a lead ar ... e to the objective, physical world. Maslow's view, we should note, resulted in what he regarded as a psyc ... grity and vision, while seldom emulating them. Wes Jackson, quoted in Frontiers, speaks directly to this folly ... s in fact for fears that the Russians would invade West Europe. . . . MANAS Reprint September 24, 1986 12 ... - [detail] - [similar]
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