Wendell Berry Quote

However destructive may be the policies of the government and the methods and products of the corporations, the root of the problem is always found to be found in private life. We must learn to see that every problem that concerns us as conservationists always leads straight to the question of how we live. The world is being destroyed, no doubt about it, by the greed of the rich and powerful. It is also being destroyed by popular demand.


Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community: Eight Essays (ed. Pantheon, 1993)

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However destructive may be the policies of the government and the methods and products of the corporations, the root of the problem is always found...

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However destructive may be the policies of the government and the methods and products of the corporations, the root of the problem is always found...

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However destructive may be the policies of the government and the methods and products of the corporations, the root of the problem is always found...

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However destructive may be the policies of the government and the methods and products of the corporations, the root of the problem is always found...