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Back in July, I spent a week on California’s North Coast, doing research for my book at Humboldt State, hiking, sampling the area’s amazing beers, and thanks to Scott Greacen, director of Friends of the Eel River, interviewing some participants in the movement to save the redwood forests. Scott, a reader and commenter on this blog, was not only generous with his time, but he also invited me on the radio show EcoNews Report, which he co-hosts, for a long-form interview. It’s available at archive.org (Part 1 here, Part 2 here). Yes that’s right. A full hour of me. As I recall I talked about politics, capitalism, the internet, and the various issues I am writing about in my book. I also realized that while I have become pretty good at developing short answers on political questions, I go on and on and on about my research. Have to work on that one. Anyway, enjoy if you are so inclined.

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