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On the Web: Articles

Muslim-American Groups Endorse Green Party Gubernatorial Candidate. San Jose Mercury (10/30/02).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Greens in the US:

Green Parties of North America

Green Party of the US

Greens/Green Party USA

Arizona Greens

California Greens

Colorado Greens

Connecticut Greens

DC Statehood Greens

Hawai'i Greens

Massachusetts Greens

Michigan Greens

Minnesota Greens

Nevada Greens

New Jersey Greens.

New Mexico Greens.

New York Greens.

Ohio Greens

Pacific Greens of Oregon.

San Francisco Greens.

Santa Cruz CA Greens.

Texas Greens.

Washington State Greens.

Greens Abroad:

African Federation of Green Parties.

Australian Greens.

British Columbia Greens.

Bündnis 90/Die Groenen (German Greens).

European Federation of Green Parties.

Cyprus Green Party.

Federación de Partidos Verdes de las Américas.

Federation of Young European Greens.

Federazione dei Verdi (Italy).

Global Greens.

Green Parties Worldwide.

Green Party of Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Green Party of Canada.

Green Party of England & Wales.

Green Party of Iran.

Green Party of Ireland.

Green Party of Scotland.

Green Party of South Africa.

Green Party of Taiwan.

Ontario Greens.

Partido Verde Dominicano.

Partido Verde Ecologista de México.

Partido Verde (Brazil).

Partido Verde Oxígeno (Colombia).

Swedish Green Party.

Les Verts (French Greens).

In the Library: Articles

Anon. "The Nader challenge," Progressive (7/00). Sober evaluation of what it can contribute.

Ashbee, Edward. "The also-rans: Nader, Buchanan & the 2000 US presidential election," Political Quarterly 72,2 (4-6/01):159-70.

Bazar, Emily. "Audie Bock: a one-woman Green machine," Ms (10-11/99):28.

Bielski, Vince & Trish Callahan. "The Green Party takes on the Democrats," San Francisco Bay Guardian (10/2/91).

Burchell, Jon. "Here come the Greens (again): the Green Party in Britain during the 1990s," Environmental Politics 9,3 (fall 00):145-51.

__________. "Evolving or conforming? Assessing organizational reform within European Green Parties," West European Politics 24,3 (7/01).

Buck, Claudia. "Does being Green mean being a spoiler?" California Journal 29,10 (10/98)12-14.

Burke, Tom. "The year of the Greens: Britain's cultural revolution," Environment 31,9 (11/89):18-25.

Butcher, Allen. "Integrating the Green political spectrum within a party organization," Synthesis/Regeneration (win 2002):37-40.

Colapinto, John. "Ralph Nader is not sorry," Rolling Stone (9/13/01):64-71.

Conniff, Ruth. "Left-Right romance," Progressive (5/00). On Nader alliance with Phyllis Schafley vs. Channel One's commercialization of public schools.

__________. "On the road with Ralph Nader," Nation (7/17/00).

__________. "It's not easy being Green," Progressive (8/00). On Green Party Convention.

__________. "Barney Frank vs. Ralph Nader," Progressive (11/00).

Cooper, Marc. "The Greens climb in New Mexico," Nation (10/24/94).

Corn, David. "Nader: is there life after crucifixion?" Nation (12/4/00):17.

Cull, N.J. "The Green-Party," Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television 17,4 (10/97):511-14.

Dickson, Barney. "Britain's Red Greens: a very cautious optimism," Capitalism Nature Socialism 11 (9/92).

Escudero, José Carlos. "Argentina's Green parodies & pragmatism," Capitalism Nature Socialism 11 (9/92).

Ettinger, Christian & A.G. Block. "New party has Democrats seeing...green," California Journal 23,2 (2/92).

Futrelle, David. "Is there life beyond the Democrats?" Utne Reader (11-12/94):7-20.

Godwin, Michele Cerise. "Phil Donohue [interview]," Progressive (11/00). On reasons for his support of Ralph Nader.

Goldstein, Richard. "Looking for Lefty," Village Voice (9/19/00). On strengths & weaknesses of Nader campaign.

Hines, Colin. "Why vote Green?" Ecologist 31,5 (6/01).

Hockenos, Paul. "German halftime," World Policy Journal 18,1 (spr 01).

Johnson, Charles D. "The Green dilemma & direct democracy," Synthesis/Regeneration (win 02):35038.

Joppke, Christian & Andrei S. Markovits. "Green politics in the new Germany," Dissent 41,2 (spr 94):235-41.

Kelly, Petra. "Reunification & the German Greens," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 2,2 (6/91).

Kelley, Kevin J. "A Green fringe: Britain's gray politics takes on a new hue," Progressive (4/90):30-34.

Laidman, Dan. "Big sky Greens," Progressive (6/02):23-26. Bob Kelleher's campaign for Senate in Montana.

Lewis, Michael. "The normal person of tomorrow," New Republic (5/20/96):18-21. Interview with Ralph Nader.

Mewes, Horst. "The Green Party comes of age," Environment 27,5 (6/85).

Miller, R. "Postmaterialism & Green Party activists in New Zealand," Political Science 43,2 (12/91):43-66.

Mullally, Gerard. "'Treading softly' on the political system? The Irish Greens in the 1997 general election," Environmental Politics 6,4 (win 97):165-72.

Muwakkil, Salim. "Greens get real," In These Times (7/28/97). On increasing Green Party awareness of the importance of Black & working people to the movement, & remarkable Green voting record of the Congressional Black Caucus.

Nichols, John. "California dreamin': Third-party activists get going in the Golden State," Progressive (3/96):30-33.

__________. "Coming out Green," Nation (12/25/00):9. Matt González in San Francisco.

O'Brien, Bill. "Green Party makes the ballot: 'now that we're a political party, what are we going to be doing?'," Berkeley Express (1/10/92).

Pattie, C.J.; A.T. Russell & R.J. Johnston. "Going Green in Britain: votes for the Green Party & attitudes to Green issues in the late 1980s," Journal of Rural Studies 7,3 (1991):285-97.

Phillips, Kevin P.; Gloria Steinem, Dan Hamburg, Ramon Ripstein & others. "What it means," Nation (7/8/96):20-23. On Nader's first campaign for the Presidency.

Poguntke, T. "Between ideology & empirical research: the literature on the German Green Party," European Journal of Political Research 21,4 (6/91):337-56.

Rainbow, Stephen. "Greens within an alliance: the New Zealand experience," Environmental Politics 4,3 (fall 95):475-81.

Redmond, Tim. "Why Democrats are green with envy," California Republic (3/92).

Reed, Adolph L. Jr. "For Ralph, without illusions," Progressive (10/00).

Smith, Wesley J. "Nobody's Nader [interview]," Mother Jones (7-8/96).

Rhodes, Martin. "The Italian Greens: struggling for survival," Environmental Politics 4,2 (sum 95):305-13.

Roberts, Geoffrey K. "Developments in the German Green Party: 1992-95," Environmental Policy 4,4 (win 95):247-53.

__________. "Developments in the German Green Party: 1995-1999," Environmental Politics 8,3 (fall 99):147-53.

Rodríguez, Emelyn. "Will the real Audie Bock please step forward?" California Journal 30,12 (12/99):24-29.

Rudig, W. "Green Party politics around the world," Environment 33,8 (10/91).

Sawatzky, Karen. "Lessons from Vancouver: Labour & Greens can get along," Canadian Dimension 34,2 (3/00).

Sifry, Micah L. "Nader's Green light," Nation (1/8/96):6-8.

__________. "Fresh Greens," Nation (10/24/98). Green victories in New Mexico.

__________. "Green & growing," Nation (7/24/00):7.

Spretnak, Charlene. "A Green perspective," Tikkun 16,1 (1/01):35.

Swift, Jamie. "How Green is the New Democratic Party?" Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 2,2 (6/91).

Szabo, Stephen F. "Political shifts in West Germany," Current History (11/88):361-67.

Toke, Dave. "Green radicalism: side-show or a new alternative?" Political Quarterly 71,4 (10-12/00):443-51.

Thurner, Christian. "Economics of the US Greens," Capitalism, Nature, Socialism 2,2 (6/91).

Vanzi, Max. "Enter Audie Bock," California Journal (5/99):22-25.

Vaughan, John H. "The Greens' vision of Germany," Orbis 32,1 (win 88):83-96.

Voerman, Gerrit. "The Netherlands' Green paradoxes," Capitalism Nature Socialism 11 (9/92).

Weiss, Cora. "Petra's life," Nation (12/7/92):689.

Zoll, Daniel. "Charting a new course: bolstered by Nader campaign, Greens launch drive," San Francisco Bay Guardian (6/17/97).

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Burklin, Wilhelm P. The "Greens" & the "New Politics" Goodbye to the Three-Party System? (Florence: European University Institute, 1981).

Dittmers, Manuel. The Green Party in West Germany: Who Are They? and What Do They Really Want? (St. Peter Port: Dimen, 1988).

Frankland, E.G. & D. Schoonmaker. Between Protest & Power: The Green-Party in Germany

Gaard, Greta. Ecological Politics: Ecofeminists & the Greens (Philadelphia: Temple, 1998).

Gaskin, Stephen. An Outlaw in My Heart: A Political Activist's User's Manual (Philadelphia: Camino, 2000).

Helvarg, David. The War Against the Greens: The "Wise-Use" Movement, the New Right & Anti-Environmental Violence (SF: Sierra Club, 1994).

Icke, David. It Doesn't Have to Be Like This: Green Politics Explained (London: Green Print, 1990).

Kemp, Penny & Derek Wall. A Green Manifesto for the 1990s (NY: Penguin, 1990).

Kitschelt, Herbert & Staf Hellemans. Beyond the European Left: Ideology & Political Action in Belgian Ecology Parties (Durham NC: Duke, 1991).

Kolinsky, Eva (ed.) The Greens in West Germany: Organization & Policy Making (NY: Berg, 1989).

MacEwen, Malcolm. The Greening of a Red (Concord MA: Pluto, 1991).

Nader, Ralph. Crashing the Party: Taking on the Corporate Government in an Age of Surrender (NY: St. Martin's, 2002).

O'Hara, Larry & Gary Matthews. Paradise Referred Back: A Radical Look at the Green Party (London: BCM Flamegreen, 1992).

Poguntke, Thomas. Alternative Politics: The German Green Party (Edinburgh: Edinburgh U, 1993).

Porritt, Jonathan & David Winner. The Coming of the Greens (London: Fontana/Collins, 1989).

Pfaltzgraff, Robert L. Jr. The Greens of West Germany: Origins, Strategies, & Transatlantic Implications (Cambridge MA: Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 1983).

Rayner, Jane & L.J.M. Cooray (eds.) Greens vs. Development: Towards Commonsense & Reason on Environmental Issues (Epping, NSW: Australians for Commonsense Freedom & Responsibility, 1990).

Rensenbrink, John. The Greens & the Politics of Transformation (San Pedro CA, 1992).

Rifkin, Jeremy & Carole Grunewald Rifkin. Voting Green: Your Complete Environmental Guide to Making Political Choices in the 90s (NY: Doubleday, 1992).

Rosenstone, Steven J.; Roy L. Behr & Edward H. Cazares. Third Parties in America. Citizen Response to Major Party Failure (Princeton: Princeton U, 1996).

Rudig, Wolfgang. Green Party Members: A Profile (Glasgow: Delta, 1991).

Sifry, Micah L. Spoiling for a Fight: Third Party Politics in America (NY, 2001).

Woodin, Michael & Caroline Lucas. Green Alternatives to Globalisation: A Manifesto (London: Pluto, 2005).

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