This slim posthumous volume is both a compilation of the author's works and a celebration of her life as the dedicated, passionate activist for peace and social justice who co-founded the West German Green Party and served as a member of the Bundestag from 1983 to 1990. The collection opens with an introduction by nature writer Peter Matthiessen and a biographical sketch by Mark Hertsgaard, originally published in Vanity Fair; it closes with tributes from representatives of local green and women's groups. The chapters that form the book's core are constructed from Kelly's many speeches, articles, and interviews and cover her major concerns-preservation of ecosystems, nonviolence, feminism, and grass-roots democracy. She insists on a ``clear and profound relationship between militarism, environmental degradation and sexism.'' Equally significant is the connection she makes between the transformation of social structures and changes in individual behavior and ways of thinking. The portrait of Kelly's courageous and compassionate life that emerges from these pages should appeal to a wide audience. For most public and academic libraries.-Joan S. Elbers, formerly with Montgomery Coll., Rockville, Md.