Part 1: Tree Huggers by Kathie Durbin,
Chapter 1: The Glory Days of Logging (21-26)
Chapter 2: Stopping the Juggernaut (26-33)
Chapter 7 (scroll down): Loving a Place (72-77) + picture of Slade Gorton
(not yet scanned)
(Olympic National Forest)
Part 2: The Battle of Bull Run — 1-5
Part 3: Public Assets, Private Profits — Reclaiming the American Commons in an Age of Market Enclosure, by David Bollier.
Reclaiming the Narrative of The Commons, 11-12 (optional reading through page 16)
The Commons: Another Kind of Property, 31-36
When Markets Enclose The Commons ,27 — 31, with special attention to the section on “Civic Republicanism and the Market starting on page 30.
Colonization of Frontier Commons — Water + Takings, 35-38
Clear-cutting the Public’s Forests, 44-45 (I’d also recommend the sections on minerals and oil from 42-44).
Conclusion, page 47
Part 4: Short video from Nestle CEO Peter Brabeck on the benefits of water privatization.
Class is at 6:45 at the Community Supported Everything space on Alberta (look for the Cascadian flag by the co-op).
See you all Wednesday!