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All That We Share: How to Save the Economy, the Environment, the Internet, Democracy, Our Communities and Everything Else that Belongs to All of Us Paperback – December 7, 2010
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Walljasper, a contributing editor to National Geographic Traveler, provides a reader-friendly primer on the idea of a commons-based society, which he defines as one that places as much emphasis on social justice, democratic participation, and environmental protection as on economic competitiveness and private property. What seems to be a Far Left dream is remarkably realistic under Walljasper’s careful analysis. He presents real-world examples of resource sharing, such as how communal meadows for cow grazing have been remarkably efficient for centuries. Techies will appreciate the attention given to digital commons, while cultural historians will consider efforts to save endangered languages (one of the world’s commons) a valuable project. Wisely, Walljasper understands many Americans don’t recognize the extent to which they have already embraced the commons in their daily lives, and points out the significance of sidewalks, parks, coffee shops, and pedestrian shopping zones in our cities and towns. Covering subjects ranging from conservation efforts to Bob Dylan, this is a diverse guide for everyone looking to the future. --Colleen Mondor
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