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Response to NYT article, part 1 - Andrew Auernheimer
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Response to NYT article, part 1
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x77303066 From: x77303066 Date: August 1st, 2008 08:07 am (UTC) (link)
This civilization that spawned in the fertile crescent eventually left vast deserts as its legacy, the direct result of this aggressive agrarian expansion. In response came rigid hierarchies, lack of upward mobility, prostitution and slavery.

You have any links on this? I'm trying to find shit talking about the ecology of that society but what little I can find is in Arabic.
vira From: vira Date: August 1st, 2008 09:48 am (UTC) (link)
This is the classic book on the subject of collapse, it covers Mesopotamia among many others.
From: (Anonymous) Date: August 2nd, 2008 08:03 pm (UTC) (link)
""This civilization that spawned in the fertile crescent eventually left vast deserts as its legacy, the direct result of this aggressive agrarian expansion. In response came rigid hierarchies, lack of upward mobility, prostitution and slavery."

You have any links on this? I'm trying to find shit talking about the ecology of that society but what little I can find is in Arabic."

here:
http://www.saharasia.org/
From: (Anonymous) Date: August 4th, 2008 07:11 am (UTC) (link)

Collapse

Jared Diamond's, Collapse, has an overt ecological context.

http://books.google.com/books?id=QyzHKSCYSmsC&printsec=frontcover&dq=diamond+collapse&sig=ACfU3U0Ss36CvKitTUSbsgj2RD8qkxfe5A
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