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Reexamining Rationing

Recent interviews with Stan Cox author of Any Way You Slice It: The Past, Present, and Future of Rationing and book excerpt.


Rationing In Our Future?

Tom Ashbrook, On point, NPR
A new book says rationing—of food, energy and more—is in our future. We hear the case, and the pushback.


(13 May 2013)


Rationing Rationale

Brian Lehrer, The Brian Lehrer Show
Stan Cox, a senior scientist at The Land Institute in Salina, Kansas and the author of Any Way You Slice It: The Past, Present, and Future of Rationing, looks at how goods and services have been, and are now, rationed and asks if we can limit consumption fairly.


(2 May 2013)

Excerpt: '"Any Way You Slice It" by Stan Cox by OnPointRadio

 

Editorial Notes: Read Robert Jensen's interview with the author .
The book has even made it into a Forbes op-ed!

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