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Our Most Popular Books

Our bestselling titles over the past three years.




Small Is Beautiful
by E.F. Schumacher
Ecology of Commerce
by Paul Hawken
Unsettling of America
by Wendell Berry




Fast Food Nation
by Eric Schlosser
Stolen Harvest
by Vandana Shiva
The Practice of the Wild
by Gary Snyder




by Jared Diamond
The Future Eaters
by Tim Flannery
The Songlines
by Bruce Chatwin




Confessions of an
Economic Hit Man

by John Perkins
The Gift of Good Land
by Wendell Berry
Are Prisons Obsolete?
by Angela Davis





"I had never heard of E. F. Schumacher before reading [Small Is Beautiful]. After reading it I am ready to nominate him for the Nobel Prize in economics." —The New Republic

"The Ecology of Commerce is . . . an economic and cultural masterpiece, by the poet laureate of American capitalism." —George Gendron, Inc.

"In The Unsettling of America I argue that industrial agriculture . . . grows out of the worst of human history and the worst of human nature." —Wendell Berry

"Over the past two decades every issue I have been engaged in . . . has revealed that what the industrial economy calls 'growth' is really a form of theft from nature and people." —Vandana Shiva in Stolen Harvest

"Contemplating Gary Snyder's depth of journey into nature here [in The Practice of the Wild], I think of what D. H. Lawrence said of Whitman: he's camped out alone, way beyond everybody." —Thomas J. Lyon

"Guns, Germs, and Steel and Collapse represent one of the most significant projects embarked upon by any intellectual of our generation." —Gregg Easterbrook, The New York Times Book Review

[Confessions of an Economic Hit Man] is "one of those rare instances in which someone deeply entrenched in our governmental/corporate imperialist structure has come forward to reveal in unequivocal terms its inner workings. A work of great insight and moral courage."—John E. Mack

"In this extraordinary book [Are Prisons Obsolete?, Angela Davis . . . .convincingly argues, the contemporary U.S. practice of super-incarceration is closer to new age slavery than to any recognizable system of 'criminal justice'."--Mike Davis

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