Radical technology

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Peter Harper, Godfrey Boyle
Pantheon Books, 1976 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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This delightful book, filled with cartoons and line drawings and grainy black and white photos, is not just some flippant treatise on the declining Hippy subculture in Britain in the 1970's. Rather, it is a collection of extremely well-written articles: thought-provoking and still very relevant- on a wide range of sustainable technologies.
Although some of the details and conclusions expressed throughout this book may be out of date now, it still valiantly tried to counter the very same lies that are still being told today to a new generation by the Military-Industrial complex.
 

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Preface
6
Storage and Preservation
12
Collectiv
48
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