Dying of consumption

Economic growth has taken us to the brink, writes Hilary Venables.

Cities decimated by disease, famine, and violence, sluggish rivers choked with filth, farmland turned to dust, coastal waters empty of life, forests plundered to extinction, social and economic chaos - this is the future Finance minister Pravin Gordhan is unintentionally wishing upon us.

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Submitted by : Eric Mair on 2010-11-02 21:15:39
Thank you for this article. As always, a voice of sanity in the apparent wilderness.


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