Jiminy Cricket, Cargo Cults, Prayer & Other Ways to Get Something for Nothing
Released: June 19, 2008.
Religious activists are praying at Washington DC gas stations for cheaper fuel. James Howard Kunstler says that type of neurotic behavior isn’t much different than the behavior of cargo cults in the South Pacific. The concept of getting something for nothing is widely accepted by American culture, and religion, too. But Jim feels spirituality in America might one day evolve into something worthy of more respect than the Jiminy Cricket, consumerist culture of today’s suburban mega churches.
Paperback – 320 pages 6 Inches × 6 Inches (w × h) Weight: 261 Grams Publisher: New Society Publishers ISBN: 9780865716933 Pub. Date: 2011-11-15
The KunstlerCast book, by Duncan Crary, will be available through US and Canadian booksellers in late November. However, you can purchase copies of the book now, through this website. Orders will be processed within one business day. Delivery will take 2-8 business days. In the future other purchase options (Amazon, Money Order) will be offered.