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Boom Bust Boom, a Conversation with Bill Carter
Thu, Nov 7, 2013 12pm
University of Minnesota Duluth, Kirby Student Center Rafters · Cost: 0
Oct 19, 2013

Boom, Bust, Boom

Noon Thursday, November 7th!  Free

The Rafters Kirby Student Center

 

Bill Carter BW.jpgA Conversation with :

Bill Carter, author of

Boom, Bust, Boom

“As talk began of reopening the copper mine in Bill Carter’s adopted home of Bisbee, Ariz., the author and filmmaker launched an investigation into the history of the copper-mining industry and its impact—economic, environmental, and otherwise—on communities. His search for answers led him throughout the state, the country, the world, to the doorsteps of miners and moguls, and Boom, Bust, Boom is Carter’s powerful narrative about his pursuit of “the metal that runs the world” and how far we will go to get it. Carter is not a preacher of environmentalism nor a corporate apologist. He just wants to understand.”   Pete Maden, “The Daily Beast”

Bill Carter at www.billcarter.cc   Twitter @billcarter   Facebook billcarterauthor

 

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Boom, Bust, Boom 
Thursday, November 7th Noon! Free 
The Rafters -Kirby Student Center 
 
A Conversation with : 
Bill Carter, author of 
Boom, Bust, Boom 
“As talk began of reopening the copper mine in Bill 
Carter’s adopted home of Bisbee, Ariz., the author and 
filmmaker launched an investigation into the history of 
the copper-mining industry and its impact—economic, 
environmental, and otherwise—on communities. His 
search for answers led him throughout the state, the 
country, the world, to the doorsteps of miners and 
moguls, and Boom, Bust, Boom is Carter’s powerful 
narrative about his pursuit of “the metal that runs the 
world” and how far we will go to get it. Carter is not a 
preacher of environmentalism nor a corporate 
apologist. He just wants to understand.” Pete Maden, 
“The Daily Beast” 
Bill Carter at www.billcarter.cc Twitter @billcarter Facebook billcarterauthor
 
 
Brought to you by a coalition of organizations protecting Northern Minnesota including : 
 I 
Friends of the BWCA - Friends of the Cloquet Valley State Forest – Duluth Ikes
League of Women Voters, Duluth – MPIRG - NMW- Sierra Club Save Lake Superior –SOS Blue Waters - Water Legacy
 

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