Coyotes and town dogs: earth first! and the environmental movement

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Viking, 1993 - Nature - 483 pages
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A timely and important history of the environmental movement since the 1960s--and of its most radical and visible group, Earth First! This wide-ranging book provides an important foundation for understanding the debate of the crucial environmental choices we face in the years to come.

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User Review  - Lindsey - Goodreads

Out of all the inspiring literature that exists for environmentalists, this is one that I consider the best. Susan Zakin's account of the genesis of the Earthfirst movement is thorough and even handed ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dave Cozzens - Goodreads

Interesting expose on the drug and alcohol driven environmental movement and its flawed heroes. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
The Education of an Environmentalist
13
Burn On
30
Copyright

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