The Ghosts of Karl Marx and Edward Abbey

Authors

  • Michael D. Yates

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-056-10-2005-03_3

Keywords:

Ecology

Abstract

My wife Karen and I were on the road, traveling around the United States, for 150 days. We left Portland, Oregon on April 30, 2004, and over the next five months, we drove about 9,000 miles, through sixteen states. We visited thirteen national parks, seven national monuments, and towns large and small. We walked on streets and hiked on trails; we talked to people; we read local newspapers and watched local television stations; we shopped in local markets; and we observed as much as we could the economics, politics, and ecology in the places we stayed. What follows are some of my impressions

Published

2005-03-03

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Articles