Peter Coyote talks about Ringolevio. With an introduction by Coyote, this work by author Emmett Grogan presents the memorable tale of the Diggers, the irreverent urban guerrillas, activists, and masters of street theater who made San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury home during the 1960s.
For anyone who thinks those were days only of peace, love, and flower power, this work will be a revelation- Book Passage
Peter Coyote is an American actor and author. He has acted in over 70 films and has narrated many documentaries and audio books. His voice work includes narrating the opening ceremony of the 2002 Winter Olympics. He has also served as an announcer during Oscar telecasts.
He is the co-founder, with Emmett Grogan, of the San Francisco Diggers and a veteran of the San Francisco Mime Troupe. Coyote became a member, and later chairman, of the California State Arts Council from 1975 to 1983. He shifted from acting on stage to acting in films in the late 1970s.
As the economy continues to meltdown, Peter Coyote predicts, "Community is going to start to resurface." He also blames the lack of public protest on the Bush administration’s continued abuse of power on internet-induced complacency.
In reply to: "Without capitalism, Mr. Coyote...
Who's gonna refine the oil into gasoline? Who's gonna build the truck? "
Please walk into a museum...you will see a HUGE variety of human creativity, almost all of it created without venture capital.
Money doesn't create scarcity; it expresses it. Although, the proportion of money to scarcity can be manipulated.
Also, since we went off the gold standard in 1970's, you can print your own money, all the money you want. You just can't pretend it's the same as the money the government prints. But if people are willing to accept your money as payment, then it's money.