The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want
The author examined the willingness of people to legally fight to maintain the “noise” that is precious to them. He also examined… read more
The author examined the willingness of people to legally fight to maintain the “noise” that is precious to them. He also examined sound-related environmental protection, like the banning of a concert near an Indian reservation. The event was in Manchester Center, Vermont. close
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