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Available now as a paperback and an enhanced audiobook
With section intros by Gail Sheehy, Nancy Pelosi and Al Gore, an inspiring collection of 50 call-to-action essays from MoveOn members around the country.
With more than 2 million members, MoveOn.org Civic Action is at the cutting edge of a new model for political activism and is able to mobilize thousands of volunteers and millions of dollars. Now, MoveOn takes its message offline with MoveOn's 50 Ways to Love Your Country in an effort to jumpstart an even broader civic dialogue and inspire all to become involved in our political process.
Written by MoveOn members across the country, from Hawaii to Maine, from political figures to teachers, each essay shares a compelling personal story and most include an action item with resources for taking inspiration a step further. Simple ideas are illuminated, such as "His Last Vote," about a dying man's wish to cast a ballot, as are more dynamic actions, such as "Start a Petition," which chronicles a couple's quest to protect wolves from trappers in Alaska. MoveOn's 50 Ways to Love Your Country answers the question that more and more citizens are asking: "What can I do?"
We managed to corral nearly all the book contributors together to make an original recording of their essays for the audiobook. There's the familiar sound of Al Gore's voice right alongside the less familiar voice of MoveOn's Eli Pariser, backed by the grassroots chorus of the dozens of ordinary extraordinary citizens who contributed.
Sound Sample: Kathryn Blume reads from her description of the Lysistrata Project experience and her one-woman show called "The Accidental Activist."
Listen using standard CD or MP3-CD players and audible-ready download devices, or play in a PC or Mac computer with a CD or DVD drive to listen and use enhanced files. The MP3-CD is programmed for DAISY players used by visually handicapped listeners and conforms to the CEA/APA Audiobook Format.
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