The International Journal of INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY, vol.3, no.2, (April 2007)
Steve Best is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas, El Paso. He is the co-author with Douglas Kellner of Postmodern Theory: Critical Interrogations, The Postmodern Turn, and The Postmodern Adventure, as well as author of The Politics of Historical Vision. With Anthony J. Nocella II, he is co-editor of two recent volumes: Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? Reflections on the Liberation of Animals, and Igniting a Revolution: Voices in Defense of the Earth.
Dr. P. Coumentakis, is a hygienic physician, member of the Board of Governors of the "International Association of Hygienic Physicians" (USA). He is the writer of several books on health, nutrition, prevention and Ecological Drugless Medicine, and publisher of the bimonthly magazine Health for All. He lives and works in Athens, Greece.
Takis Fotopoulos is a political writer, editor of Society & Nature/Democracy and Nature/The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy; he is also a columnist for the Athens Daily Eleftherotypia. He was previously (1969–1989) Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of North London. He is the author of Towards An Inclusive Democracy (London & New York: Cassell, 1997) which has been translated into French, German, Spanish, Italian and Greek. He is also the author of numerous books in Greek on development, the Gulf war, the neo-liberal consensus, the New World Order, the drug culture, the New Order in the Balkans, the new irrationalism, globalisation and the left, the war against ‘terrorism’, Chomsky and Albert, and the present multi-dimensional crisis. He is also the author of over 600 articles in English, American and Greek theoretical journals, magazines and newspapers, several of which have been translated into French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Norwegian, Chinese, Turkish and Arab.(see http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/fotopoulos/). His latest book is The Multidimensional Crisis and Inclusive Democracy, published by the International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, (2005) http://www.inclusivedemocracy.org/journal/ss/ss.htm.
John Sargis taught secondary school biology in Paterson, New Jersey for twenty-six years. He used to be a union leader and is a political activist and organizer, as well as a member of an Inclusive Democracy cell in Paterson