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  • I am here, but not sure if I am in the right place.
  • Soo..., I'm a wondering if this is Where Tom is asking us to spend the remainder of class?
  • I'm off to family night here at school. I've got kids finishing decorations on our door.

    Thanks Leigh Anne.
  • What is the Conspiracy Code game?
  • I think this is where we are supposed to be.
  • Are there more posts? Is there more discussion posted somewhere else? The blog?? is there a direct link from this discussion page?
  • Has anyone tried out the new "Conspiracy Code" game for American Social Studies?
  • I missed the last class and just viewed the recording. Remember when VCRs first came out and everyone enjoyed rewinding because they missed something? Yep, that's how the class recording is for me! Now I fear during the live class I'll want to rewind, too. Thanks for making it so easily accessible.
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The Origins of Environmental Degradation

While Worster's writing is full of many ideas, one central feature of his work is the location of the origins of environmental degradation in capitalist world-views and modes of production that are as alive in the present as they have been in the past.  This admittedly Marxist and materialist interpretation runs counter to most historical narratives produced 'these days.'  What responses do you have for this point of view? Worster Toward.pdf

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