JHK Visits Bay City Michigan
Released: Sept. 30, 2010
James Howard Kunstler explains the Tragedy of the Commons, as first described by Garrett Hardin in 1968, as how this philosophical theory relates to the public realm, suburbia, private property, commerce, environmentalism and concepts of freedom. This episode also includes a short radio story produced by MichiganNow.org featuring a walking tour by JHK in Bay City, Michigan. Special thanks to http://www.michigannow.org
Salem Common on Training Day (1808)
Peabody Essex Museum
(24 MB | 35:09 mins.)
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