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Amory B. Lovins and Edward Lucas discuss how bold solutions for the new energy era is akin to reinventing fire. Dr. Amory B. Lovins is co-founder, Chairman and Chief Scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute. Edward Lucas is International Editor of The Economist.
Does TV Help Make Americans Passive and Accepting of Authority?
Bruce E. Levine, a clinical psychologist and author, discusses how TV makes Americans passive and accepting of authority. He talks with Scott Horton about the mental health issues and social isolation caused by watching television and how the corporate state has essentially colonized Americans who as a result cannot effect political change.
Music includes Graham Nash and James Raymond - Almost Gone, Bob Marley & The Wailers - War, Woody Guthrie - Jesus Christ, Makana - We Are The Many, Chris Brown and Kate Fenner - Resist War, David Rovics - Operation Iraqi Liberation, Brian Wilson - Gone Gone Gone, Terry Gangstad - Theatre of the Whine, Temptations - Ball Of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today), Earth Wind & Fire - Boogie Wonderland, Beatles - All You Need Is Love, Emmanuel Rodriguez - Midnight in Ethiopia