by Genevieve Vaughan
Foreword by Robin Morgan
Library of Congress Number: 97-065354
Copyright Genevieve Vaughan, 1997. All rights reserved.
Produced by Plain View Press in collaboration with the Foundation for a Compassionate Society.
Quote from Karl Marx on page 21 is from The German Ideology, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, Moscow Progress Publishers, 1964, p. 41. The quote from "La Folie Perceval" is from The Search for the Grail, Dr. Graham Phillips, Arrow, London, 1996.
Cover art "The Visible Hand" and line drawing illustrations for the book are by Liliana Wilson. Computer graphics by Genevieve Vaughan with the assistance of Liliana Wilson.
Printed in the United States of America
I dedicate the book to the Earth, who is Mother, Daughter, Friend and Beloved, so that all humans may find a way to love her (and each other) more.
I dedicate it also to the ancient image of women's power, the Egyptian goddess Sekhmet, that we may clearly and fiercely protect mothering ways and, free from addictions and misconceptions, give birth to a better society.
"Language is as old as consciousness, language is practical consciousness that exists also for other men [sic] and for that reason alone it really exists personally for me as well. . . ."
"Whom does the Grail serve?"
La Folie Perceval, 1330 A.D.