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|A Citizen's Response||1|
|Thoughts in the Presence of Fear||17|
|The Failure of War||23|
|Going to Work||33|
|In Distrust of Movements||43|
|Twelve Paragraphs on Biotechnology||53|
|Let the Farm Judge||57|
|The Total Economy||63|
|A Long Job, Too Late to Quit||77|
|The Prejudice Against Country People||107|
|The Whole Horse||113|
|Stupidity in Concentration||127|
|Watershed and Commonwealth||135|
|The Agrarian Standard||143|
|Conservationist and Agrarian||165|
|Is Life a Miracle?||181|
Posted February 7, 2014
Especially thought-provoking in this period of American history where most of us seem to have forgotten our inheritance. Should be required reading for all politicians and citizens who care about being involved in the democratic process.
Wendell Berry is a beacon in this dark time!
Posted November 13, 2004
ONE CANNOT DICARD THE IMPORTANCE OF SUCH GREAT WRITING AS DONE HERE. THE GREATNESS OF A WRITER SHOULD BE BASED ON LOOKING AT ISSUES DISPOSSIONATELY NOT ON SHORT TERM EMOTIONAL FEELINGS.THIS WRITER CONTINUES TO DEMONSTRATE GREATNESS IN THE WAY HE HANDLED OUR CURRENT DIFFICULTIES IN THE WORLD.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 20, 2003