This Book Two of the Earth Manifesto contains a provocative biography of the estimable author Mark Twain along with a variety of interesting philosophical ideas. An essay about Huckleberry Finn and some related modern insights weighs in with some of the great author's down-home ways of seeing the world. Mark Twain's influence is also revealed in ideas, issues and philosophical insights explored in Gaia's Geological Perspective, which provides a rich perspective on the ecosystems and processes involved in the stately procession of our home planet around the Sun. And various aspects of "The Common Good, Properly Understood" are explored.
This Book also contains a Press Release that provides a big picture overview of the Earth Manifesto, along with a Table of Contents for each of the Twelve Books of the Earth Manifesto.
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