Montague, Peter
February 2009
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;2/26/2009, Issue 1000, p2
In this article the author discusses how human beings can preserve the ecosystem, economy and democracy, keeping in view an increasing population. According to the author, inequalities of wealth are the greatest threat to democracy, and to protect democracy, it is important to strengthen the labor movement. The author says that a full employment policy would reduce crime and violence by giving everyone an opportunity to work and allowing full participation in the economy.


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