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“I would like to die thinking that humanity has a bright future,” he said. “If we can solve sustainable energy and be well on our way to becoming a multiplanetary species with a self-sustaining civilization on another planet—to cope with a worst-case ...more
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At times it felt sort of like a set of disconnected essays written by a bored student. There were some interesting ideas, but it felt shallow and disconnected.

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Still unsure about LVT, this book has made me much more interested in the idea, but I am looking forward to reading some Henry George, as well as some opponents of the idea.

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Thought provoking even if I did not agree with the author on many points.

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