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eBook The future is not what it used to be: Returning to traditional values in an age of scarcity ePub

by Warren A Johnson

eBook The future is not what it used to be: Returning to traditional values in an age of scarcity ePub
Author: Warren A Johnson
Language: English
ISBN: 039608396X
ISBN13: 978-0396083962
Publisher: Dodd, Mead; 1st edition (1985)
Pages: 246
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 136
Formats: lit mobi mbr rtf
ePub file: 1810 kb
Fb2 file: 1574 kb

Johnson waxes nostalgic about traditional values in an age of scarcity. He cites the advantages of small towns and socialization patterns of the past

Johnson waxes nostalgic about traditional values in an age of scarcity. He cites the advantages of small towns and socialization patterns of the past. He laments the new values in which: Our homes are meant to reflect our individuality and our achievements rather than our membership in a community. Abandoned this way, communities have deteriorated to the point where they are seen as a hostile element, as something that can only interfere with our private interests rather than something that adds to our lives. This heroic individualist may have been one of the truths of our past, but.

Johnson, Warren A. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Returning to traditional values in the age of scarcity - We have an abundance of land and all the . Published by Thriftbooks.

Returning to traditional values in the age of scarcity - We have an abundance of land and all the renewable resources that go with land; we have the tools and th. . com User, 15 years ago. The "future" is of course, many things to many differentpeople, no two opinions of it agree, but it is "central" to ourpersonal ability to cope with everyday life, and of course makesacrifices in the hopes of attaining a 'better-life' for ourselves and our children.

Very useful look at how we can transition into a shadow sustainable economy

Very useful look at how we can transition into a shadow sustainable economy. Johnson's views on women, family and gender roles are very sexist and offensive; it’s always the father who is learning/teaching a trade/running a business, and the mother who is helping.

99 via Economy shipping (1 to 10 business days) to United States. Johnson, Warren A. binding: Hardcover. West Coast Bookseller.

The Future Is Not What It Used to Be: Returning to Traditional Values in an Age of Scarcity, by Warren Johnson. Mesmerized by the promises of & can have it all - Go for it!'' advertisements and literature today, I am as obsessed as the next person with accumulation - chasing after the elusive goal of more money, more things, more pleasure

returning to traditional values in an age of scarcity. 1st ed. by Warren A. Johnson. Published 1985 by Dodd, Mead in New York.

returning to traditional values in an age of scarcity.

Warren Arthur Johnson, American Geography educator, writer. The future is not what it used to be: Returning to traditional values in an age of scarcity. Board of directors Campus Young Men’s Christian Association San Diego State University, since 1973. Member Human Economics Center (director 1979-1981), Sierra Club. Returning to traditional values in the age of scarcity

The sustainable economy will increasingly be the only alternative as jobs are lost,"" Johnson writes. richer in the more important ways.

Returning to traditional values in the age of scarcity -- "We have an abundance of land and all the renewable resources that go with land; we have the tools and the scientific understanding to use them; we have time to change; and most valuable of all, we have an incredibly rich cultural heritage to draw upon...Our ancestors chartered a new continent. We will be charting a new way of life, one that can be sustained long after the last coal seam has been emptied. Ours is the finer challenge." Fron the Preface.
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