The Rest of the World Is Watching
Collection of essays written by Green activists, politicians and commentators in Tasmania. Included are accounts of the events surrounding the Lake Pedder, Franklin River and Wesley Vale campaigns. Bob Brown, Ian Lowe and Christine Milne, are among the contributors.
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Preface Paul R Ehrlich
Commentary Cassandra Pybus
The New Ethic United Tasmania Group
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