Walter G. Moss: Both Sandburg and Berry have combined their empathy for common workers with strong criticism of capitalist flaws–Sandburg was a pre-World-War-I socialist.
Walter G. Moss: The anti-Christ, Armageddon, the Millennium, a “braindead megaphone” as president, the clowns in control, a culture addicted to celebrities and outlandish behavior, to many of us anti-Trumpians it all seems strange and weird. Welcome to the Trumpian universe—and may it all end soon.
Ken Wolf: McKibben shifts from nature to human nature and wonders whether “the human game has begun to play itself out,” as livable space on the earth shrinks.
Paul Haeder: Today, we are at the juncture where very little attention is paid to Japan and other places attempting to disseminate all the suffering the people of Fukushima underwent at the time of the meltdown.
Steve Early: As we approach the 50th anniversary of both the Moratorium and Mobilization, it’s worth recalling one critical anti-war constituency whose role was less visible then and remains little acknowledged today.