What was learned? This reader observes that multi-authored books without an identifiable thesis and whose authors do not know of or read the preceding chapters in the series are not on a sure road to best-sellerdom and influence, even though the core argument of what amounts to a long-running anthology is a stunning repudiation of the nation’s basic assumption of the inevitability and desirability of ending population growth, and the calling into question of other arenas of what we falsely call progress.
The movie script will be unusually difficult to write, but there certainly is a epic ending and another beginning story there.
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