JRNL: Critical Society 5 out now

Critical Society is a quarterly e-journal for articles denied space elsewhere due to prevailing ideology, censorship, reductionism, exclusion, narrowing down, length, fashion, form, and so on; and for articles from authors, groups and organisations keen to widen their audience.

Critical Society 5, Winter 2010/11

‘How Long …?’ revisited
Ronnie Lee

Feeding people and greening the Earth – the compassionate way
Peter and Diana White

‘What’s on the menu?’
Dave Wetton

An SOS to HRH Queen Elizabeth II from New Delhi’s persecuted animals
Amit Chaudhery (transcribed by)

Should we be anthropocentric for the good of other animals?
Rob Johnson

Question: What’s the difference between a red squirrel and a grey squirrel?
Answer: Not much!
John Bryant

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