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Review of bazaars, conversations and freedom: for a market culture beyond greed and fear by Rajni Bakshi,

Indian economist Rajni Bakshi has elegantly woven all the threads in the ongoing saga of the human family's  search for better ways of living on Earth.  In this brilliant, engaging and readable book, Bakshi emerges as a pre-eminent global systems thinker.  I recall the time Bakshi visited me and our wide-ranging discussions on everything from what was wrong with economics and how to reform this too-influential profession to examining the potentials of humans to evolve into more caring, cooperative behavior and develop more ecologically-aware, harmonious societies.  This book is destined to become a classic with the kind of perennial wisdom and relevance of E.F. Schumacher's Small Is Beautiful.  Here are the fundamental underpinnings of sustainability and shaping a good life for all on our small planet.     – Hazel Henderson, Dec. 2009



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