Arctic Wars, Animal Rights, Endangered Peoples

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Dartmouth College, 1992 - History - 118 pages
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This analysis of animal rights movements from a native and northern viewpoint, focusses on Inuit groups and discusses 'cultural imperialism', endangered species and a philosophy of 'wise use' rather than 'no use' of natural resources.

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This is one of the first offerings in the "Arctic Visions'' series, which plans to explore political, economic, environmental, and cultural issues relevant to the Arctic regions. Outsiders often hold ... Read full review

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A Way of Life
1
The Seal
9
The Whale War
36
Copyright

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