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The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies

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Without oil, what would you do? How would you travel? How would you eat? What would everyday life be like? The world is about to change dramatically ... Show synopsis

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mel23thom

The Most Liberal Biased...

by mel23thom on Oct 8, 2009

Crap I've ever read in my life!!! We had to buy this book for a class and were required to read this. The author does not restrain himself form keeping his own personal opinions out of the book. He brings in the Bush administration into his opinion and basically says that 9/11 was "an inside job." He does not stop there but goes onto further bash any and most all recent Republicans. While there is some truth to the fact that we have diminishing natural resources, he bashes on human civilization for ever burning the first piece of wood for warmth. I realize for the class I was required to read this book and do not believe that the issues raised should be silenced; I'm just saying there is a proper and ethical way in which to do it, and this book does not accomplish that.

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