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Published on May 28, 2009
John Zerzan's cousin Kathan visits his radio show and updates listeners on some rather terrifying changes to the Oxford Junior Dictionary.
-- As progress and technology transform our way of life and our physical surroundings, they eat away at our language, enfeeble our spirit.
~Marilynn Rashid -- Canadian wildlife artist and conservationist Robert Bateman says (Oxford's) decision tells children that the natural world isn't important: "This is another nail in the coffin of human beings being acquainted with nature. If you can't name things, how can you love them?"