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Green Pages Fall 2010 issue now online

The Fall 2010 issue of Green Pages, the national newspaper of the Green Party of the United States, is now online. From the Green Pages website:

With this issue of Green Pages we feature many of the strong candidates the State Green Parties are running for local, state and federal office this campaign season.

Reports are just beginning to emerge that a number of the organizations represented at this summer’s National Peace Conference in Albany, NY are being targeted by the FBI.

Jay Sweeney writes about the dangers of hydrofracking and describes how the Green Party is involved in trying to stop this highly destructive mining of natural gas.

Should ‘Story of Stuff’ education guru Annie Leonard come out as a Green? Read the review and let us know what you think.

As always; read, comment, distribute.


Features

Greens meet with groups from around the world
Get to business at GPUS Annual National Meeting
by Jan Martell, North Carolina Green Party

Michigan Green Party candidate speaks out against state
Outrage as state withholds information of qualifying independent candidates
by the Green Party of Michigan

2010 Maine “Green of the Year” to be honored posthumously
Jack Harrington, 1946–2010

New York Peace Conference draws participants from all over the world
by Joe Lombardo
Green Party of New York State and co-organizer for United National Peace Conference


Elections

I am a candidate – I am a Green
Green Party candidates share their thoughts
compiled by David McCorquodale, Green Party of Delaware

A Composite Look at 2010 Green Candidates
by Dave McCorquodale, Green Party of Delaware

Green Candidates: Authors and Writers
by David McCorquodale, Green Party of Delaware

New York Greens go for top seats in state government
A full slate of state candidates raises key issues
by Deyva Arthur, Green Party of New York State


Opinion

What Happened to the Dream?
by Dee Berry, Progressive Party of Missouri; Paul Krumm, Green Party of Kansas; and Barbara Rodgers-Hendricks, Green Party of Florida

A call to action against dangerous natural gas drilling
Hydrofracking is taking over the northeast
by Jay Sweeney, Green Party of Pennsylvania

Overcoming the Crabs in a Bucket Syndrome
by Brent McMillan, Green Party Executive Director


Reports


Evergreen

A review of The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard
by Wendy Kenin, Green Party of California

Dave Schwab

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