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Mathew Gross: The Real Hunger Games: Our Insatiable Apocalyptic Appetite

Rather than being marginal, the apocalypse in 2012 is firmly entrenched in mainstream popular culture. Why? Perhaps because the apocalypse serves as a form of daydreaming escape from a world that looks radically different from just a decade ago.
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