Making Waves: The Origins and Future of Greenpeace

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Black Rose Books, 2001 - Nature - 181 pages
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PART I: MAKING OF A RADICAL
Early Influences
A Turning Point
In a Family Way
Radicalization
Leaving the USA
Greenpeace is Conceived

PART II: CONFRONTING THE BOMB
Preparations
Assessing the Crew
The Crossing
An Epiphany
Getting Busted
Decisions. Decisions
Heroes
The Bomb Goes Off

PART III: GREENPEACE IS BEAUTIFUL
An Expanding Vision
Back to the Land
Green Movement Roots
Survival on the Farm

PART IV: GREEN ACTION
Real Politique
The Greens Organize
Greenpeace Calls
The Cruise Catcher
You Can't Sink a Rainbow
Green Power

PART V: AS IF SURVIVAL MATTERS
Watersheds
Towards a Global Green Constitution
UNCED
Reflections

APPENDIX: Technical Analysis and Risks of Nuclear Testing on Amchitka

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