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KunstlerCast - Suburban Sprawl: A Tragic Comedy

By James Howard Kunstler & Duncan Crary

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James Howard Kunstler, author of "The Geography of Nowhere" and "The Long Emergency," takes on suburban sprawl, disposable architecture and the end of the cheap oil era each week with program host Duncan Crary.

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Jim Kunstler is a rare renaissance genius, able to bring together the diverse happenings of our times in a simple, compelling explanation that is dead right, though sometimes difficult to hear. Sadly, there are very few journalists as committed to honesty and skilled prose art and analysis as Kunstler. I wish it were longer than about 14 mins, though. I'd definitely be willing to for it if it were. If you care where we're headed, check it out!

The wake up call

Jim has no formal training in architecture, economics or urban planning but has shared more insights than our academic community, public officials or eoncomists combined. Some call him extreme, but his observations are passionate, worth our attention and meaningful. Why isn't this conversation being discussed in more forums? Are we that short sighted? What does a gallon of gas have to cost before our suburban dwellers accept that "this just ain't working"?

Kunstler Cast

Kunstler was the voice of truth long before the word "sustainable" was on everyone's lips. He continues to tell the truth and now perhaps with gas at $120 a barrel we will finally have the courage to hear it.