"I hope that the book does well, and even if we can never reach Utopia, the world becomes a better place if we strive for it -- for everyone, just as you say." -- Noam Chomsky. An essential read to survive current financial meltdown. Frustrated by starvation wages and moralist onslaught, nine women and seven men from across the globe network their energies to change the way they work, play, live and love. Erotic Kristina from Munich preaches relationships without ownership to replace boredom in bedrooms with ecstasy of sharing. Ria from London designs a borderless world to promote rainbow-loving. Unionist Nunzio from Detroit brings in twenty-hour work weeks leaving more time for play. Trudy from Stockholm lays out leaderless rule, truly by the people. Cathy from Toronto and Richard from New York craft means to extract billions out of billionaires, to pay for the freedom dance. Going past marvelous images portrayed in Thomas More's Utopia, this book weaves a delightful string of alternatives.