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Items mentioned in / relevant to the roundtable discussion

  • Harry Harrison, Make Room! Make Room! (1966) (Wikipedia entry:!_Make_Room!)

  • Soylent Green (Wikipedia entry:

  • Soylent Green (

  • Soylent Green DVD ( [For audio commentary by Richard Fleischer and Leigh Taylor-Young]

  • Roger Ebert, "Soylent Green", (27 April 1973) (

  • "Liverpool fans tear-gassed in Paris, Rangers fans without water in baking heat: Why football needs a democratic revolution", The Scotsman (31 May 2022)

  • "French police tear gas & pepper spray fans waiting to attend the Champions League final", Sky Sports News (28 May 2022) (

  • TMR 043 : Dr. Tim Ball : On Depopulation and the Neo-Malthusians

  • Schneider & Thomsen, eds., Lexikon der britischen und amerikanischen Spielfilme in den Fernsehprogrammen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1954–1985, vol. 2, p 642, Berlin: Spiess (1989)

  • Joel Kotkin, The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class, Encounter (June 2020)

  • The Club of Rome (

  • Alex Beggs, "A Taste for Cannibalism? : A spate of recent stomach-churning books, TV shows and films suggests we’ve never looked so delicious — to one another", New York Times (23 July 2022)

  • Soylent ( [JC: Needless to say this company is not the fictional Soylent Corporation in the film! I note it here simply because we mentioned it in the roundtable. Please also note that TMR is not endorsing their products or being paid anything by them to advertise. It's just for reference.]


  • Podcast theme music: Moment of Green by Antony Raijekov (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)

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