Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Michael Haedicke

Michael Haedicke is a sociologist who focuses on the relationship between organizational processes and environmental change. He is the author of a book, Organizing Organic (Stanford University Press, 2016), which traces the development of organic farming and the organic foods industry in the United States. Currently, he is working on a research project that examines climate change adaptation in southern Louisiana, with a special focus on the state's Master Plan for a Sustainable Coast.


Trump’s repeat “birthright citizenship” babble: Dead wrong on the facts, the law and amendments

Trump’s latest scam again pushes the envelope to find new ways for this loser to lose again.

For media, giving in to debt limit blackmail was a triumph of bipartisanship

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“It is likely that many beaches in California will require substantial management efforts in order to maintain existing beach widths and the many services they provide.”

The Hard Hat Riot: A forgotten flashpoint in America’s culture wars

The Hard Hat Riot had immediate political consequences—a seminal  moment in America’s culture wars.