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Eleanor LeCain talks about how citizens can have more impact on policy through Citizen Cabinets, a possible solution to counter corporate influence on government, with Steven Kull, Founder and President of Voice of the People.

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Eleanor LeCain talks about Transformational Leadership with Robert Gass, co-founder of the Rockwood Leadership Institute.

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Eleanor LeCain speaks with Donna Hall, President & CEO of the Women Donors Network, about the new study on the gender and racial composition of all 42,000 elected leaders in the US.

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Eleanor LeCain talks about the dangers of toxic mercury in our tooth fillings with Charlie Brown, national counsel for Consumers for Dental Choice and a world leader for mercury-free dentistry.

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techno-utopianism

In Charlene Spretnak's final program she speaks with Jerry Mander, co-organizer of the teach-in on "Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth," which will be held at Cooper Union in NYC on Oct. 25-26, and with Dr. Helen Caldicott, a speaker at the teach-in; reflections on Relational Reality; also a bit on a new book, The Spiritual Dynamic in Modern Art 

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Eleanor LeCain speaks with Ralph Nader about his latest book, Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State

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As part of the run-up to that event, Charlene Spretnak speaks with the journalist Mark Hertsgaard, author of HOT: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth; also, her reflections on the 13th anniversary of 9-11; poem by Kay Ryan

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Charlene Spretnak speaks with David Seamon, editor of Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter (arch.ksu.edu/seamon/eap), about what supports or inhibits our sense of well-being in a built environment; Michael Specter's extremely biased take-down article about Vandana Shiva in The New Yorker; poem by Mary Oliver

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Eleanor LeCain speaks with Raun Kaufman about his new book, Autism Breakthrough: The Groundbreaking Method That Has Helped Families All Over the World.

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Charlene Spretnak discusses and reflects on the causes, execution, and century-long aftermath of the First World War; poem by David Jones

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