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books the band likes

brainofmebrainofme Posts: 231
edited December 2007 in The Porch
i don't know if this has been posted before, but what are authors or books the band likes or suggested reading.

i've read that they like these:

Howard Zinn:
Terrorism and War
You Can't Be Neutral an a Moving Train: a personal history of our times
A People's History of the United States: 1492-present

Michael Moore:
Stupid White Men
Bowling for Columbine
TV Nation

Eric Schlosser:
Fast Food Nation

Daniel Quinn:
Beyond Civillisation: humanity's next great adventure

Ralph Nadar:
The Ralph Nadar Reader
Crashing The Party: how to tell the truth and still run for president

Arundhati Roy:
The God of Small Things
Power Politics

Naom Chomsky

Jeremy Rifkin
The Hydrogen Economy - When There Is No More Oil

Lawrence Foster
Religion and Sexuality - The Shakers, the Mormons, and the Oneida

Cornel West
Race Matters

Ralph Abraham
Chaos Gaia Eros - A Chaos Pioneer Uncovers The Theee Great Streams of History

Adam Bellow
In Praise of Nepotism - A Natural History

Harold Bloom
How to Read and Why

Thomas Lynch
Bodies in Motion and at Rest - On Metaphor and Mortality

Marjorie Kelly
The Diving Right of Capital - Dethroning The Corporate Aristocracy

Curtis White
The Middle Mind - Why Americans Don't Think for Themselves

Kurt Vonnegut:
Cat's Cradle
God bless, you, Mr. Rosewater
Player Piano

Mikhail Bulgakov:
The Master and Margarita

...anything else?
Vienna, Austria 2006
Munich, Germany 2007
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    i guess so ;-)

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    they should (all) read Moby Dick. beacause it's just so good.
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    didn't they put out a list in one of the newsletters?
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