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James H. Kunstler

James H. Kunstler

Contributor since: 06 Mar 2013


James Howard Kunstler is a contributing editor for PeakProsperity.com. Jim has been been one of the earliest and most articulate voices warning of the impending collision between the modern world's unsustainable consumptive lifestyle and the growing scarcity of the key natural resources that enable it.

  • America the Vulnerable

    Published 28 May 2013 | viewed 0 times

    For most people, the collapse of civilizations is a subject much more appetizingly viewed in the rearview mirror than straight ahead down whatever path or…

  • Why Our Current Way of Living Has No Future

    Published 06 March 2013 | viewed 0 times

    All the sordid and spellbinding rackets working their hoodoo on the financial scene have obscured a whole other dimension of the fiasco that America finds…