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Whether you choose to treat yourself or give the gift of knowledge to a friend or family member in need, whomever receives this great package won’t run out of insightful, well-researched, and thought-provoking reading material in 2019!
What you get for $40:
(or $35, if you pick our discounted book)
- A one-year subscription to the Watershed Sentinel print edition (worth $25),
- A book of your choice (worth $26 for Beyond Banksters or Bypassing Dystopia; $20 for Politically Incorrect), and
- A holiday gift card with your personalized message, to announce your gift subscription
With taxes and shipping costs included, can you afford not to?
Pick a favourite book (and check out the ‘zine):
In this sequel to Beyond Banksters: Resisting the New Feudalism, investigative journalist and author Joyce Nelson explores global examples of creative resistance to the iron grip of corporatism on our economies and imaginations. Bypassing Dystopia has recently been nominated for the 2018 George Ryga Award for Social Awareness in Literature.
Our first title, Beyond Banksters: Resisting the New Feudalism by Canadian author and investigative journalist Joyce Nelson, is an eye-opening, must-read exposé of a ravenous financial system. “Provocative, profound, challenging and suffused with perceptive clarity,” Beyond Banksters was gifted to every Canadian Member of Parliament and the Senate, and is now in its fourth printing.
Part memoir, part history, part constitutional analysis and part pure Rafe, Politically Incorrect touches on pipelines, the Postmedia problem, how Canada’s “responsible government” undermines democracy, and the “Mair Solution.”
Sadly, BC politician, broadcaster, and muckraker Rafe Mair passed away while his 11th and final book was being printed. His wife Wendy Conway-Mair says, “As Rafe lamented this past summer, ‘this is my last kick at the can!’ so with blood, sweat, and tears he wrote, researched and edited…. I think he hoped that with the completion of this book he could rest somewhat in peace.”
The award-winning Watershed Sentinel magazine has been going strong for 28 years as the voice of the grassroots environmental movement in BC. We offer a mix of bioregional and global news and perspectives on current environmental issues and their broader social/political implications.