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Zombie Apocalypse and the Politics of Artificial Scarcity

Colin Jenkins @ The Hampton Institute - Dystopian narratives have long been an alluring and thought-provoking form of entertainment, especially for those who take an interest in studying social and political structures. From classics like Nineteen Eighty-Four and Brave New World to the current hit, The Hunger Games, these stories play on our fears while simultaneously serving as warning signs for the future.  Read more.

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