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Gregg Easterbrook • 232 Items / 5 Books, 149 Articles, 78 Reviews
The Progress Paradox (2003)
How Life Gets Better While People Feel Worse
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    Can't Get No Satisfaction (Review)
    The Progress Paradox, by Gregg Easterbrook
    1. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    The American Conservative, May 10, 2004, pp. 29-30
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    Fat and Happy? (Review)
    The Progress Paradox, by Gregg Easterbrook
    1. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    Commentary, December 2003, pp. 69-71
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    Review: The Progress Paradox (Review)
    The Progress Paradox, by Gregg Easterbrook
    1. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    Heartland Environment & Climate News, March 2004, pp. 10-11
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    Review: The Progress Paradox (Review)
    The Progress Paradox, by Gregg Easterbrook
    1. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    Heartland Health Care News, April 2004, pp. 12-13
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    Horn of Plenty (Review)
    The Progress Paradox, by Gregg Easterbrook
    1. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    National Review, February 23, 2004, p. 54
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    Sad Little Rich Country (Review)
    While American life is getting better, we aren't getting happier.
    1. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    The Washington Monthly, November 2003, pp. 51-52
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    The Book Case (3 Reviews)
    Jane Jacobs says that America is facing a dark age, but defenders of suburbanization sa...
    1. Dark Age Ahead by Jane Jacobs
    2. The Progress Paradox by Gregg Easterbrook
    3. The European Dream by Jeremy Rifkin
    CommonWealth, Fall 2004, pp. 93-100