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<B>Addictive Behaviour in Children and Young Adults </B><I> The Struggle for Freedom</I>, GOLDBERG, RAOUL
1 Addictive Behaviour in Children and Young Adults The Struggle for Freedom
0863158730 / 9780863158735 2012 Paperback 
Addiction is one of the most critical problems of our modern world, affecting children as much as adults. We face not only a widespread dependency on illicit substances, but also addictions to food, beverages, cigarettes and alcohol, as well as electronic gadgetry, online social networks, and entertainment media within a culture of violence, along with excessive and unhealthy sexual practices. This book explores the overall health consequences of addictive behaviour in children and young people, as well as its underlying causes. Drawing on anthroposophical insights, the author sees the child holistically as body, soul and spirit on a developmental journey from newborn to adult. He examines specific addictions through case histories taken from his clinical practice, and offers a tried and tested method to understand and manage each individual child or young person who succumbs to such dependencies. This book will be of value to parents, teachers and health professionals who work with children and adolescents; to young people and adults caught up in unhealthy addictive behaviour; and to all those who wish to understand better their own human nature.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 12111] 
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<B>America's Global Responsibility </B><I> Individuation, Initiation and Threefolding</I>, BEN-AHARON, JESAIAH
2 America's Global Responsibility Individuation, Initiation and Threefolding
1584200189 / 9781584200185 2003 Paperback 
In a summary of present day social and economic conditions, Beh-Aharon points out the dire consequences of America ignoring its obligations as set forth in the Declaration of Independence. He goes on to explain how the destructive effects of globalisation can be stopped, and progressive social structures introduced. Using a concept developed by Rudolf Steiner -- the actualization of the individual -- he explains how the world arrived at its current state and how an understanding of America's role in the globalisation process will help achieve cultural and spiritual freedom, political equality and economic cooperation in the world.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 1586] 
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<B>Anthroposophical Approach to Cancer, An </B><I> </I>, LEROI, RITA M.D.
3 Anthroposophical Approach to Cancer, An
0936132213 / 9780936132211 1974 
The broadest possible view of cancer is one which includes spiritual questions of destiny relative to individual and social evolution. In this advanced anthroposophic material, Dr. Leroi covers cancer as an aid of destiny, the treatment of the cancer patient, mistletoe treatments of cancer andthe Lukas Clinic in Arlesheim, Switzerland.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 7577] 
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<B>Anthroposophical Society as a Michael Community, The </B><I> On the Word ‘We’ in the Foundation Stone Meditation</I>, MACKAY, PAUL
4 Anthroposophical Society as a Michael Community, The On the Word ‘We’ in the Foundation Stone Meditation
1906999546 / 9781906999544 2013 
What lies spiritually and cosmically at the foundation of a community like the Anthroposophical Society? In wrestling with this question, I have come to the inner conviction that it is justified to speak of the Anthroposophical Society as a Michael community.’ - Paul Mackay
How can one understand Rudolf Steiner’s use of the word ‘we’ in the last part of the Foundation Stone Meditation (‘What we found from our hearts and direct from our heads with focused will’)? What characterizes this ‘we’?
In the first part of this original and inspiring work, Paul Mackay takes this question as a point of departure, developing a unique approach to working with the seven rhythms of the Meditation. Based on personal experiences, he comes to the conclusion that the rhythms are an expression of the members of the human constitution, with the ‘we’ in the fifth rhythm having the quality of ‘Spirit-self’. The second part of the book considers the same ‘we’ from a karmic perspective, with reference to Rudolf Steiner’s karma lectures, events in the fourth and ninth centuries, the mystery of death and evil, and the restoration of karmic truth.

PAUL MACKAY, born 1946 in Hong Kong, studied economics in the Netherlands and business administration in France. After working in international finance, he met and studied Anthroposophy in England and Germany between 1974 and 1977. From 1977 until 2012 he was active in anthroposophical banking, as co-founder and Executive Director of Triodos Bank in the Netherlands, and then Executive Director of GLS Bank in Germany, and later Chairman of its supervisory Board. As of March 2012 he is President of the Board of Directors of Weleda AG in Switzerland. In 1996 Paul Mackay joined the Executive Council of the General Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum, Switzerland. In 2000 he additionally became leader of the Section for Social Sciences of the School of Spiritual Science.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 12890] 
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<B>Anthroposophical Society: The Understanding and Continued Activity of the Christmas Conference </B><I> </I>, PETER SELG AND MARC DESAULES
5 Anthroposophical Society: The Understanding and Continued Activity of the Christmas Conference
1621482111 / 9781621482116 Paperback 
Published 03/2018
In 2014, the Anthroposophical Society in Switzerland launched a series of conferences to deepen the impulse of the 1923 Christmas Conference, the event that Rudolf Steiner referred to as a 'festival of consecration'? for the 'beginning of a turning point of time.'? The goal of the conferences was to develop a deeper understanding of the Anthroposophical Society's essential task and contribute to shaping its future. This volume presents six talks from the conference of February 2016, the purpose of which was to let the Anthroposophical Society as an archetypal phenomenon speak to us. This society planted a seed of humanity and the model of a legal entity whose future potential and perspectives are yet to be discovered. It is a social organism that exhorts us to put our karma in order, carry what is close to our hearts into the world, and by doing so experience the presence and support of the divine spirit. These edited transcriptions of six lectures'
by Peter Selg, Stefano Gasperi, Mario Betti, Johannes Greiner, Gioia Falk, and Marc Desaules'
encourage us to move closer to a deeper existential relationship to the Anthroposophical Society and movement, experienced through others and discovered within ourselves.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 15107] 
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<B>Archangel Michael, The </B><I> His Mission and Ours</I>, STEINER, RUDOLF,  BAMFORD, CHRISTOPHER
6 Archangel Michael, The His Mission and Ours
0880103787 / 9780880103787 1994 Paperback 
"The Michael age has dawned. Hearts begin to have thoughts. Enthusiasm no longer flows from mystical obscurity, but from the inner clarity that thought conveys. To grasp this is to receive Michael into one's soul. Thoughts that today seek to grasp the spirit must spring from hearts that beat for Michael as the fiery cosmic prince of thought." Rudolf Steiner

For centuries, the tradition of the "mystical chronology" of the world's seven Archangelic Regents has been part of Western esoteric teaching. According to this tradition, 1879 marked the return of the solar spirit Michael - the Archangel of the Sun - to oversee earthly evolution. Steiner always placed his life and work in the service of Michael's evolutionary task. And he recognized that, at the beginning of the twentieth century, humanity emerged from the Kali Yuga, or Dark Age, and entered the Age of Light. Against this background, Steiner described the ascent of Michael as cosmic ruler, his battle with the "dragon" of the spirits of darkness, and his roles as the countenance of Christ and the guardian of cosmic intelligence.
He also gave many profound indications of how Michael's evolutionary task depends on the free and independent collaboration of human co-workers.

Speaking on behalf of Michael, Steiner laid out the essentials for a new Michaelic path to full humanity. Among the elements of this path are the development of selfless individuality; cosmopolitanism; the practice of the presence of Christ; fearlessness; the transformation of thinking and perception in a new synthesis of science, art, and religion; the spiritualization of space; and the separation of thought from language. This volume gathers Rudolf Steiner's most important statements on this subject, making it a primary source for dealing with today's political, social, psychological, and spiritual crises.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 865] 
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<B>Art of Being Human </B><I> Life, Family, and Creativity</I>, RAVETZ, DEBORAH
7 Art of Being Human Life, Family, and Creativity
1908363150 / 9781908363152 Paperback 
An in-depth approach to personal development through self-reflection and expression. Through endearing stories of personal challenges and successes, the author guides us on a journey to learn to embrace every aspect of ourselves.

Deborah Ravetz has studied art, philosophy, and literature as part of her quest to understand what it means to be human. She sees the whole realm of art and ideas in this light; they embody our attempt to live deeply.
She works as a lecturer specialising in Art and the Development of Consciousness, and also as a painter and a Social Sculpture practitioner. Deborah is married and lives with her husband in East Sussex.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 14816] 
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<B>Assessment for Learning in Waldorf Classrooms </B><I> </I>, CIBORSKI, SARA AND  IRELAND, HELEN-ANN
8 Assessment for Learning in Waldorf Classrooms
1680530003 / 9781680530001 
Unavailable till end of 2017

Do you think testing is a fair measure of student and teacher performance?
Ever wonder what could be done in its place?

Here is a book to give teachers and administrators new ideas for effective assessment without tedious testing and reduction of human beings to data! Fresh out of Waldorf schools with thorough going research and explanation of how to proceed without testing for deep and complete evaluation comes new research made possible through Academica Press.

Enter this important book: Assessment for Learning in Waldorf Classrooms by Sara Ciborski and Helen-Ann Ireland. Here two scholars provide a detailed and alternative view to the “measure and punish” scenario in a research project that focuses on the assessment practices of teachers in independent American Waldorf schools. This in-depth qualitative research describes how nine Waldorf teachers implement learner-centered assessment and how their schools support such practices. Detailed vignettes are included that show how academic, social, motivational and arts-integrated curricula can be assessed authentically.

– Linda G. Williams, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Teacher Ed.
College of Education, Eastern Michigan University
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 13783] 
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<B>Associative Economics </B><I> Spiritual Activity for the Common Good</I>, LAMB, GARY
9 Associative Economics Spiritual Activity for the Common Good
1936367106 / 9781936367108 
This comprehensive book guides one to substantially rethink aspects of the economic life. It opens doors for new perspectives, describes pitfalls and successes and gives practical small steps one can take in order to effect change and improve the human condition.
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<B>At the Threshold of the Modern Age </B><I> Biographies Around the Year 1861</I>, KONIG, KARL,  BLAXLAND-DE LANGE, SIMON
10 At the Threshold of the Modern Age Biographies Around the Year 1861
0863158455 / 9780863158452 2011 Paperback 
The late nineteenth-century was an era of contrasts. On the one hand, philosophical materialism was increasing its influence over science. On the other, there was a growing social awareness and quest for spiritual values. Karl Konig explores the personal stories of twenty-nine pioneers whose work and experiences helped shape that era. They include artists and writers, social reformers, philosophers and political activists, and scientists. He considers how they responded as individuals to the challenges of the changing world around them. His insights and conclusions are relevant for us today, as we face our own time of change and upheaval. The biographies include Helen Keller (1880-1968), Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), Lou Salome (1861-1937), Gustav Mahler (1860-1911), Charles Darwin (1809-1882) and Adolf von Hildebrand (1847-1921).
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 11500] 
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<B>Atlas of the Poetic Continent </B><I> Pathways in Ecological Citizenship</I>, SACKS, SHELLEY, ZUMDICK, DR WOLFGANG
11 Atlas of the Poetic Continent Pathways in Ecological Citizenship
1906999562 / 9781906999568 2013 
‘The places of the poetic continent are not physical places. They map the internal regions and contours of the inner human being that lives in a cosmos of other beings and life forms. They constellate the places of the soul.’

This collection of poetic, philosophical and literary texts and full-colour images offers an ATLAS of the Poetic Continent – a treasure to study, contemplate and inspire action in the world.
This ATLAS grew out of a social sculpture process in a city that invited its citizens – individually and collectively – to enter into a process of active reflection on the question ‘what am I doing in the world?’ This project confirmed that the connection between inner and outer work, and the inner workspace, is central to all social sculpture processes.

The maps for this poetic continent open up pathways that enable us to ‘come to our senses’. Discovered only in our engagement with the world, and inspired by the constellations of the soul, they offer distilled understandings on the path to a new society: a viable future of free, humane and ecological citizens.

SHELLEY SACKS is an international practitioner of social sculpture, working in connective practices, exploring the relationship between imagination and transformation and rethinking responsibility as an ability to respond. She regards her long-term collaborative projects - such as Exchange Values, University of the Trees and Earth Forum - as ‘instruments of consciousness’ and flexible frameworks that link inner and outer processes. Her work includes more than 40 ‘actions’, site works, installations and social sculpture projects; several essays and books, involvement in grassroots cultural and political organisations; facilitating social sculpture processes in the 1970s and 1980s in South Africa; and collaborating with Joseph Beuys for more than a decade in the Free International University. Shelley is Professor of Social Sculpture and Director of the Social Sculpture Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. The ATLAS is one of several collaborations between Shelley Sacks and Wolfgang Zumdick.

DR WOLFGANG ZUMDICK is an international author, philosopher, curator and a specialist in Social Sculpture and the work of Joseph Beuys. He was a scholarship holder at the Laurenz Haus Foundation, Basel, and has curated several Joseph Beuys and Social Sculpture exhibitions. He is the author of numerous publications on the history of philosophy and twentieth century art and philosophy, with a specific focus on Joseph Beuys and the philosophy of imagination. He is Senior Lecturer in Social Sculpture at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, and has been a guest lecturer at numerous universities worldwide. He is active in the Social Sculpture Research Unit and collaborates with Shelley Sacks on writing and practical projects such as University of the Trees.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 13184] 
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<B>Autism </B><I> A Holistic Approach</I>, DR MARGA HOGENBOOM AND BOB WOODWARD
12 Autism A Holistic Approach
1782500006 / 9781782500001 20002013 
Educating and caring for an autistic child is a severely difficult task, too often associated with frustration and disappointment. As a result, the inner development of children with autism is at times considered to be beyond the reach of parents and carers.

This book challenges that assumption, exploring case studies where therapy based on a holistic approach has resulted in marked improvements in the autistic child's behaviour and social integration. With an extended holistic programme, autistic children discover inner self-awareness and self-recognition, leading to first steps in relationships and social skills.

The authors describe in detail their own practical experiences, as well as the findings of other experts in the field. This new third edition covers recent developments in diagnostic methods and approaches to treatment, including new case studies and a new chapter looking at the sensory aspect of autism and Sensory Integration Therapy.

Well-researched and movingly written, this book has an essential, positive message for all those involved in the care and education of autistic children.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 12849] 
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<B>Awakening the Will </B><I> Principles and Processes in Adult Learning</I>, VAN HOUTEN, COENRAAD
13 Awakening the Will Principles and Processes in Adult Learning
1902636112 / 9781902636115 
How do adults learn?
What is the task of the adult educator in adult education?
What can adults do to take charge of their learning process?

Learning means change and transformation. But in order to learn, argues Coenraad van Houten, we must first awaken our will. True adult education, he says, enables our spiritual ego to accomplish this. He describes the forms in which learning can be meaningfully structured, and offers advice and ideas to help overcome specific learning blockages.

The book regards the business of adult education as a full profession, and it provides a theoretical and practical basis for its true task: an awakening of the will.

COENRAAD VAN HOUTEN was born in the Netherlands. After studying Chemistry, Economics and 'Social Pedagogy', he lived and worked in Indonesia, Hong Kong and Britain as a manager in business, as a consultant, and as the director of the Centre for Social Development (which he co-founded). He has developed specialist programmes and seminars on adult education, 'destiny learning' and the path of spiritual research, and presently advises organizations on training programmes. He is the author of two books and the co-founder of the New Adult Learning Movement.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 10218] 
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<B>Awakening to Community </B><I> </I>, STEINER, RUDOLF,  SPOCK, M.
14 Awakening to Community
0880106670 / 9780880106672 1975 Hardback 

10 lectures, Stuttgart and Dornach, January 23 - March 4, 1923 (CW 257)
"We are firmly in our understanding of things of the spirit only when we do not rest content with abstract spiritual concepts and a capacity to express them theoretically, but instead grow into a sure belief that higher beings are present with us in a community of spirit when we engage in spiritual study. No external measures can bring about anthroposophical community-building. You have to call it forth from the profoundest depths of human consciousness." - Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner presented these lectures right after the fire that destroyed the first Goetheanum. Given during the year before the Anthroposophical Society was reestablished, they form an important part of the history of the anthroposophic movement.

Steiner calls for a "searching of conscience." He explains that in anthroposophical communities we can experience our first awakening to the spirit in our encounters with others, and describes how the "reversed cultus" forms the foundation for a new community life.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 1291] 
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<B>Basic Sculptural Modeling </B><I> </I>, LOEWE, HELLA
15 Basic Sculptural Modeling
1888365730 / 9781888365733 
Developing the Will by Working with Pure Forms in the First Three Grades • In this well-illustrated book Hella Loewe describes her research and practice of working with modeling in the early elementary grades of a Waldorf school. She describes meeting a class of mixed nationalities with social and behavioral challenges and how she was able to temper this class through specific modeling techniques. Are the children coming into our classrooms today requiring more will-centered activities? Loewe believes this is so and challenges teachers to take a new look at the traditional Waldorf modeling curriculum through her reexamination of Rudolf Steiner’s indications. Contents include: Modeling with Clay in the First Grade; Step-by-Step Guide for Grades One through Three; Practical Experiences; About the Effects of Modeling with Clay; and Excerpts by Rudolf Steiner Regarding Sculptural Modeling
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 3714] 
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<B>Becoming Human </B><I> A Social Task - The Threefold Social Order</I>, KONIG, KARL,  STEEL, RICHARD,  DYSON, CARLOTTA
16 Becoming Human A Social Task - The Threefold Social Order
0863158099 / 9780863158094 2011 Paperback 
Karl Konig, the founder of the Camphill Movement, was very aware of the need for change in the social order he saw around him. In this revealing collection of imaginative thought and ideas, he shows, however, that true social change must begin in individuals. He goes on to say that renewal is something each human being can practise themselves, in the midst of their everyday life.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 1028] 
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<B>Becoming the Archangel Michael's Companions </B><I> Rudolf Steiner's Challenge to the Younger Generation</I>, STEINER, RUDOLF
17 Becoming the Archangel Michael's Companions Rudolf Steiner's Challenge to the Younger Generation
0880106093 / 9780880106092 2007 Paperback 
'The younger generation is always faced with the dilemma of being heir to the old while about to become a guide for the new...This cycle of lectures "to the younger generation" speaks of a pathway to a Michaelic harvest for ears that have the goodwill to hear.' - Carlo PietznerRudolf. Steiner presented these lectures to about 100 German young people who hoped to bring Waldorf education into the culture of their time and for the future. Steiner stressed upon his listeners the great importance of 'self-education' as a prerequisite to all other education. His was an attempt to guide the youth toward understanding themselves within the world situation. Steiner showed how the stream of generations had been interrupted by eighteenth-century intellectualism, emphasizing that they would have to reject the general acceptance of impersonal social routine, dead intellectual thinking, and personal and social egoism.Steiner discussed the need, instead, for a form of education permeated by art and feeling, which brings inner nourishment that can grow throughout one's life.
It was his view that, without such an education, society will not reach a future built on moral love and mutual human confidence - a truly human culture. A previous edition of these lectures was titled "The Younger Generation". Original German title: "Paedagogischer Jugendkurs" (GA 217). This collected works edition includes an introduction and index.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 1199] 
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<B>Bees </B><I> Nine Lectures on the Nature of Bees</I>, STEINER, RUDOLF,  BRAATZ, THOMAS,  ADAMS, DAVID
18 Bees Nine Lectures on the Nature of Bees
0880104570 / 9780880104579 1998 Paperback 
13 b&w illustrations
In 1923 Rudolf Steiner predicted the dire state of today's honeybee. He stated that, within fifty to eighty years, we would see the consequences of mechanizing the forces that had previously operated organically in the beehive. Such practices include breeding queen bees artificially.

The fact that over sixty percent of the American honeybee population has died during the past ten years, and that this trend is continuing around the world, should make us aware of the importance of the issues discussed in these lectures. Steiner began this series of lectures on bees in response to a question from an audience of workers at the Goetheanum.

From physical depictions of the daily activities of bees to the most elevated esoteric insights, these lectures describe the unconscious wisdom of the beehive and its connection to our experience of health, culture, and the cosmos.

Bees is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding the true nature of the honeybee, as well as those who wish to heal the contemporary crisis of the beehive. Bees includes an essay by David Adams, "From Queen Bee to Social Sculpture: The Artistic Alchemy of Joseph Beuys".

The art and social philosophy of Joseph Beuys (1921–1986) is among the most influential of the twentieth century. He was strongly influenced by Rudolf Steiner's lectures on bees. The elemental imagery and its relationship to human society played an important role in Beuys's sculptures, drawings, installations, and performance art. Adams' essay on Beuys adds a whole new dimension to these lectures, generally considered to be directed more specifically to biodynamic methods and beekeeping.
[When referring to this item please quote our ID 912] 
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<B>Beyond the Market </B><I> Economics for the 21st Century</I>, ASSENZA, GAUDENZ
19 Beyond the Market Economics for the 21st Century
0948229152 / 9780948229152 
Market economics is largely contradicted by the developments that accompany it. Particularly in the West, economic life has become intimately bound up with the state, making a mockery of the idea of the free play of market forces. On the other hand, when market forces do prevail, it is often at great, and unacceptable, environmental and social cost.

This book looks beyond the economics of capitalism and communism to explore what can be derived from a recognition of the economic process as such. The wisdom inherent in this process, translated into equitable economic conduct, can provide the resource sustainability and service to humanity as a whole that most people today seem to be seeking.

Dr. Gaudenz B. Assenza completed a dual-degree management program at the European Partnership of Business Schools in Germany and England before specializin on comparative development at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (1992–1994). In 1993, he worked as a research analyst at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, writing a report on the threats to economic and political stability in the former Soviet republics of Central Asia. After graduating from Harvard, Dr. Assenza worked eight years as a research fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI), a Norwegian think tank focusing on energy, environment and development (1994–2002). He also completed research stays at Oxford University and the International Finance Corporation. Since 1999, he has taught at several universities in Central Europe, including universities in Prague, Karvina, and Ostrava. Since April 2004, Dr. Assenza has been a visiting professor in the Department of Political Science at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany. In 2005, he completed a post-doctoral thesis and is currently working as an author, coordinator, and coeditor on a book series, investigating the relations between states (politics) and markets (economics) in the area of international environmental policy.
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<B>Beyond the Medical Meltdown </B><I> </I>, ZIEVE, ROBERT J, M.D.,  ZIEVE, MD ROBERT
20 Beyond the Medical Meltdown
0880105720 / 9780880105729 2006 Paperback / softback 
Beyond the Medical Meltdown demonstrates that there is enough quality health care and enough money to pay for it, that more drugs and surgery is not necessarily better, and that the present health care quandary does not need to be the way it is. But to see this and to change health care will require enough people to wake up, think outside the box, and take action. We are on a threshold. Health care as we have known it is dying. What we have come to see as "normal" medicine is not "healthy" medicine. To quote Dr. John Abramson of Harvard, we have an "overdo$ed America." Health care today is a manipulated market, not a free market. It is neither effective nor affordable for most people in the United States. In both the public sector and the private business world, it is a top-down, over-controlled system. This must change. Dr. Robert Zieve details how to create a bottom-up approach, which is necessary if health care is going to work for all of us.
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