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"The challenge is to transform human laws to match natural laws, not vice versa.  The linear nature of industrial production must be transformed into a cyclical system.  Those who watch carefully -- onaanaagadawaabandanaawaa -- know that this will require a technological, cultural and legal transformation." 

Winona LaDuke, Anishinaabeg, White Earth Reservation, Minnesota.  Founding Director of the White Earth Land Recovery Project. Ms. Magazine's 1997 Woman of the Year.

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