Green Horizon Magazine

Letters to the Editor

June 19th, 2016  |  Published in Letters


Thank you for another excellent issue of Green Horizon, Spring/ Summer 2015). Herewith a brief comment on a couple of the pieces.

I was very pleased to see the poem by Margaret Wheatley. I hope to read more of her work in future issues.

Linda Cree is “right on” in her essay of “Greening the Population Issue.” I urge her to work with her state party to submit her suggested plank to the GPUS Platform Committee.

Paul Krumm, who wrote about “rules,” is a friend of mine from many years back. We speak the same language. I also have a love/hate relationship with rules. The frustration I experienced as a delegate to the GPUS National Committee was due in part to the inability of the Committee to prevent some members from dominating the discussion – often disparaging the opinions of others. I wish Paul (and those of like mind) good success in establishing better rules. The U.S. Green Party is losing many good Greens and their creative ideas with the present system.

Barbara Rodgers-Hendricks, Florida


I’m grateful that you encouraged me to write the article on population (Spring/Summer 2015), and very honored to have it in Green Horizon! GH is one of the few publications I always read cover to cover, and always come away from it feeling better informed on issues I care about—and re-inspired.

Linda Cree, Michigan

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