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Austerity as Spiritual Depression: The Current Economic Assault on the Middle Class
We Are Staying In Print
Recognize Palestine! Recognize Israel!
America Needs Repentance
The Legacy of Abraham Joshua Heschel
The Arab Awakening and the Israeli-Palestinian Connection
Fresh Tactics and New Voices In the Movement for Justice and Freedom in the Middle East
Is Addiction Really a Disease? A Challenge to Twelve-Step Programs
Boeving, N. G.
Twelve-Step Healing: Beyond Disease Metaphors and God-Talk
Dr. Seuss's Progressive Politics
From the Beginning of Time to the End of Days
The Work of Healing
Sword and Plowshare in Jewish Thought
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