The environmentalist manifesto The Limits to Growth (1972) predicted that a series of ecological catastrophes would soon bring economic collapse. The book was wrong about environmental apocalypse, but it did help create a favorable climate for regulations that have seriously hampered economic growth.
|Other Independent Review articles by Craig S. Marxsen|
|Spring 2008||Politically Contrived Gasoline Shortage|
|Fall 2003||Bountiful Harvest: Technology, Food Safety, and the Environment|
|Summer 2000||The Environmental Propaganda Agency|