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April 30th, 2003

'Please, sir, could I have less?'

Abstract:
But McKibben's call for "enough" probably isn't realistic, given humanity's continuing thirst for knowledge. He admits that only authoritarian governments are remotely successful in denying progress. Regardless, McKibben has performed a public service with "Enough" by prodding us to ask crucial questions about the future of humanity that will be taking shape in just a few short years.

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Christian Science Monitor

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