©2007 Paul Hawken; (P)2007 Blackstone Audiobooks
"In this chronicle of the groundswell with no name, we have found our Tocqueville, our Twain, and our Sinclair." (Janine Benyus, author of Biomimicry)
"Blessed Unrest is exciting, compelling, and very important....It will inspire and encourage millions more to take action." (Jane Goodall, United Nations Ambassador for Peace)
thoroughly lays out the fundamental components and stratagies that comprise a mass movement. It was well written with many examples from real world senator and organizations.
When duty whisper low "Thou Must" The youth replies I CAN.
I like this book as much for the references that it gave as for the knowledge it contained therein the philosophy was interesting as well
I should have said "required reading our listening"
This book creates a framework, by which those who seek change can see hope and those who dismiss the movement for change can see it as both reasonable and possible.
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