Follow-up Reading for Everything Must Change

Here are some of the books that I believe would most strongly compliment a reading of EMC, listed under each crisis. Some of these books hadn’t been published when I was writing EMC, which explains why a few aren’t referenced in the text. There are so many excellent books that it’s hard to limit a list like this to thirty or so, but here’s a go:
Prosperity Dysfunction: The Crisis of the Planet
Deep Economy, Bill McKibbin
Beyond Growth, Herman Daly
Cry of the Earth, Cry of the Poor, Leonardo Boff
Lost Mountain, Eric Reece
Serve God, Save the Planet, Matthew Sleeth
Equity Dysfunction: The Crisis of Poverty
The Moral Measure of the Economy, Chuck Collins and Mary Wright
The End of Poverty, Jeffrey Sachs
A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Ruby Payne
High Noon, J. F. Rischard
Justice in the ‘Burbs, Will and Lisa Samson
The Real Wealth of Nations, Riane Eisler
The Great Turning, David Korten
Security: The Crisis of Peace
Beyond Gandhi, David Cortwright
War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, Chris Hedges
One Church Many Tribes, Richard Twiss
Living in Color, Randy Woodley
Gracism, David Anderson
Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, Jimmy Carter
The Beloved Community, Charles Marsh
Spirituality: The Crisis of Purpose
Hope in Troubled Times, Goudzewaard, Vander Vennen, Van Heemst
Colossians Remixed, Brian Walsh and Sylvia Keesmaat
Lost Message of Jesus, Steve Chalke and Alan Mann
Christianity and the Social Crisis in the 21st Century, Paul and Walter Rauschenbusch
God and Empire, Dominic Crossan
The Powers That Be, Walter Wink
The Great Awakening (coming soon) and God’s Politics, Jim Wallis
The Irresistible Revolution, Shane Claiborne
They Walked in the Spirit, Douglas Strong