How to Win
The Good Neighbor Campaign Handbook was published in 2006, and is available on Amazon and the other major on-line booksellers.
It is a 168-page guide to how to win the kind of anti-pollution campaigns we have been waging in Ohio and elsewhere. The chapters were written by people who have learned the lessons from experience: Rachael Belz, Hilton Kelley, Kim Klein, Denny Larson, Teresa Mills, the late John O’Connor, and Paul Ryder.
Good neighbor campaigns
- Ohio Citizen Action good neighbor campaigns, 1998 – 2008, Sandy Buchanan (2009)
- History of Ohio Citizen Action’s right-to-know campaigns, Sandy Buchanan (1997)
- An introduction to pollution monitoring with cell phones, Paul Ryder (2012)
- How canvassing has shaped Ohio Citizen Action, Ira Arlook (1992)
- Hudson Bay Company (2012)
- Making a commitment, Paul Ryder (2004)
- Jun Ui principles, Dr. Jun Ui (1972)
- A world is disintegrating, and this disintegration is the best thing about it, Rudolf Bahro (1980 – 1985)
- What works, Paul Ryder (1999)
- About that Margaret Mead quotation, Paul Ryder (2001)
- 200 nonviolent direct action tactics, Gene Sharp (1974)
- Political labels: Who are we really?, Paul Ryder (2001)
- Tips on writing letters-to-the-editor, Paul Ryder (2013)
- A guide for grassroots groups: How to create a powerful website without money or technical expertise, Paul Ryder (2013)
- Grassroots lobbying tips, Paul Ryder (2013)
- Six questions to ask about any proposed campaign, Paul Ryder (2000).
- Coop America’s guide to researching corporations, Russ Gaskin, Connie Murtagh, Carla Lukehart (245 KB pdf).
- Should we put our issue on the ballot? Paul Ryder (2012)
- Ohio Citizen Action ballot drives (2011)
- Why Ohio Citizen Action doesn’t endorse candidates
- First, Do no Harm, Ellis Jacobs (115 KB pdf) (2012)