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Trade paper -- 224 pp.
ISBN:  978-0-938513-61-2 $16.95

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Contains an Appendix with the complete text of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Available in Albuquerque at:
Bookworks on Rio Grande NW
Treasure House Books & Gifts, Old Town

by Zelda Leah Gatuskin

Gatuskin's essays stem from her work with the Humanist Society of New Mexico and the Feminist Caucus of the American Humanist Association (now the Feminist-Humanist Alliance). They address modern life and human history, philosophy and politics, our dealings with each other and our relationship to nature. There are strong appeals for women's equality, social justice and economic fairness for all, support of the fine arts, media literacy education, and rejection of dehumanizing violence in screen entertainment. From this multi-faceted exploration of humanism and feminism, Gatuskin reaches a simple conclusion: getting along with each other has little to do with what we say we believe (or don't believe), and everything to do with genuine respect.

It is not necessary that we believe in each other's beliefs,
so long as we believe in each other. --ZLG

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