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I read this book originally in 2010, and it opened my eyes to what was going on in the world. Since it was written in 2005, you'll need other resources to fill you in on what's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jimmy Verona
Well written and very confronting. The end of our Oil economy is so overwhelming and bound to be unpleasantPublished 2 months ago by whoisbiggles
Tells why the "Long" Emergency is not long any longer - ACT NOW!Published 2 months ago by William D. Christ
This is a very important book for anyone interested in understanding the strong possibility of a slow, lingering decline of civilization. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Filceraw
Everyone should read this book to prepare for the years to come without oil, globalization and a very different society.Published 5 months ago by Lizzy W.
This book will make you think about how wasteful we are with the resources of our planet and how we should NOW start working toward other alternatives for energy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by romancegirl1963
A little too much history of the oil industry. I love Kunstler's other books, but I had to finally skip to the end to get James's typically wonderful writings.Published 7 months ago by Paula Tuttle