James Howard Kunstler (1948) received popularity as an American author, public speaker, and social critic. His most famous books include The Long Emergency (2005), The Geography of Nowhere (1994) and Too Much Magic (2012). Kunstler explained the occurrence of a total oil extinction and return to an agriculture society. His interests in the survival of humankind and the impact on natural resources became a background theme in his novels.
Kunstler completed his graduation in 1966 at New York City’s High School of Music and Art. He attended the State University of New York at Brockport. His career expanded, and he developed into a staff writer for a diversity of newspapers. He continued his career in full-time lecturing and started with book writing. Kunstler joined the National Trust for Historic Preservation organisation and many others.
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