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Nelson Rosit

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An endangered species Part of a series; Postwar and Contemporary Issues by Nelson Rosit POPULATION AND MIGRATION IN MANY CIRCLES today the limits-to-growth argument of ecologists is out of favor, being dismissed by neo-Marxists, religious fundamentalists, and capitalist technocrats. Yet a cardinal…
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by Nelson Rosit Introduction YOU’RE NOT really a survivalist, perhaps not even a reluctant prepper, but if you’re reading these words you probably harbor serious doubts about the long-term viability of the present system. With this in mind individuals and families should, at the very least,…
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by Nelson Rosit FOUR BLOCKS NORTH of the main tourist attractions on the Washington Mall lies a cultural gem no reader visiting the anti-nation’s capital should miss. The National Museum of American Art (NMAA), along with the National Portrait Gallery, is housed in the Old Patent Building.…
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