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Howard Rheingold

The Millennium Whole Earth Catalog

In celebration of the Millennium, this was a revised and updated version of the original Whole Earth Catalog, long considered the “bible” of the counterculture/environmental movement since its appearance in the late 1960s and the very first Earth Day in 1973, when people were beginning to think about being green and sustainable. According to the editor, Howard Rheingold “It’s all new again, because the world is all new again.”

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