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Spring 1999

Damn the Torpedoes & Torpedo the Dams
By Robert "Birdlegs" Caughlan
Four hundred miles of California’s fabulous beaches are starving for sand, but surfers and other beach lovers have the muscle to bring them back. We know why they’re starving and shrinking, and we know how to rescue them.

Preparing to Live in the Next Millennium
By Denis Hayes
We tend to think of eras with great leadership as eras that have great challenges, and that different people if placed in different circumstances might have moved from mediocrity to greatness.

How Profit Shapes Urban Space
Like the rest of the universe, US cities keep expanding. Some time before the universe begins to contract, American metro regions may, too. What counterpart to gravity might suck suburbia back into the hole of our doughnut cities?
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