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Joan Roelofs interview: searching for what is the good life for all and who can help or prevent it

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JOAN ROELOFS INTERVIEW: SEARCHING FOR WHAT IS THE GOOD LIFE, HOW CAN IT BE ATTAINED FOR ALL, AND WHO HAS THE POWER TO PREVENT IT OR MAKE IT HAPPEN? CHINA RISING RADIO SINOLAND 201022

I am truly honored to have Dr. Joan Roelofs on the show today. Our discussion will revolve around some of her publications. I'd like to thank our mutual friend, Dr. T.P. Wilkinson for putting us in touch. First, a little bit about Joan,

Joan Roelofs is a semi-retired political science professor and author of a few books and many articles in scholarly journals and online news magazines. She has been an activist in Green and peace organizations, and lives in Keene, New Hampshire, USA.

Joan's website and book information are listed here,

Website/blog: www.joanroelofs.wordpress.com

The World War of Small Pastries by Charles Fourier. Translated by Shawn P. Wilbur and Joan Roelofs, New York: Autonomedia, 2015. https://www.autonomedia.org/node/230

Translation and Introduction: Victor Considerant's Principes du socialisme: Manifeste de la de'mocratie au XIX si├Ęcle (Paris, 1847), Washington, D.C.: Maisonneuve Press, 2006. Click Here

Foundations and Public Policy: The Mask of Pluralism. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2003.

(Now an E-book also) Click Here

A synopsis of the book can be found at: Click Here

Greening Cities. New York: Apex Press, 1996. (New publisher: Rowman and Littlefield)

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