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An Empire Wilderness: Travels into America's Future (1999)

by Robert D. Kaplan

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Describes journeys through the West and Pacific Northwest and the changes that the country is going through.
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  archivomorero | Jun 27, 2022 |
Kaplan brings his brilliance in "nose to the ground" journalism by traveling in the USA. I especially liked his observations on how we create artificial borders that do not stand the test of time. It is now seen with the influx of the Latinos into their original lands that lie inside the US borders. ( )
  dickcraig | Aug 18, 2008 |
A penetrating view of America in transition -- from a continental nation to a participant in the new New World "where political boundaries are becoming increasingly blurred, betokening a vast open zone for trade ... the nexus of tomorrow's transnational world."
  tgsalter | Jul 9, 2007 |
Kaplan travels around the western US and Canada attempting to evoke North America's near future from the land, the people, and the social conditions that he encounters. ( )
  JBreedlove | Dec 12, 2005 |
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