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Thursday, December 12, 2013     

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The Education of Bill McKibben: How the Unlikely Activist Learned to Break the Rules
Bill McKibben is one of the country's most effective activists. McKibben is sometimes uncomfortable with his role at the helm, but he's determined to be honest and forthright with himself and the thousands who have joined this movement. "If I was going to ask people to do something hard ... then I'd better be ready to take charge," he reflects.