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Survival
When you realize that your basic needs for survival are: shelter, water, fire and food, in that order, you can live without all the other "wants".

Tom Brown's Field Guide to City and Suburban Survival Tom Brown's Field Guide to City and Suburban Survival
by Tom Brown
Paperback (1996)
Guide to Emergency Survival Communications Guide to Emergency Survival Communications
by Dave Ingram
Paperback (1998)
This book is a valuable resource of information for city and suburban dwellers. The book helps to remove a fear of the unknown by explaining how household systems work, as well as how we are all connected to our ecological systems. When you realize that your basic needs for survival are: shelter, water, fire and food, in that order, you can live without all the other "wants". After reading Tom Brown's book, I feel better prepared to handle any emergency.  A reader from Brooklyn, 1999 In cases of emergency, access to news can be critical, as well as the ability to communicate with others in your group or possibly people outside your area. This book covers most every practical way of receiving and transmitting information.
As an overview, it is very good, listing all the bands along with their uses, requirements and quirks. There are descriptions of many of the models of equipment available, and even some build it yourself antennas. It should be considered a good start on getting the equipment. A reader from Tucson, 1999