I haven't read that particular one, and it's been quite a few years, but the few other Zerzan books I read were decent. If he mentions hunter-gatherers in that one, take his information with a grain of salt. He tends to skew ethnographic research in his favor by portraying non-agricultural societies as being almost utopian (not that they're absolute shit like a lot of people believe, but to portray them as the complete opposite is just as bad). There's also the commonly mentioned issue that a lot of his "solutions" would require the deaths of billions of people unless we simply stopped breeding for most of the next century.
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