Burning Bush: Idol Worship and Hazy Politics on the Playa

Eugene Weekly | September 10, 2004
A closer look at Burning Man. What does it mean, politically, when tens of thousands of people, mostly young, creative and progressive, dedicate vast amounts of energy to create an alternative society in the middle of nowhere? Is it a way to shun the political system, or does it inspire Burners to participate in the "real world" as earnestly as they do on the playa?

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