The Politically Correct Hunter

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Trafford Publishing, 2001 - Humor - 192 pages
Political Correctness is here to stay... thank goodness! (Or, 'Heaven Help Us!!", for some... ) Hunting is also here to stay, and yes, it can be enjoyed in a humane and appropriate manner. The days of careless habits and willy-nilly antics in the field have come to a close.
M. J. Goodbush, the mysterious masked crusader for Political Correctness in the field has written a tongue-in-cheek primer for all who wish to correct the image foisted upon us by ill-motivated and unenlightened hunters.
This handy volume, can easily accompany one to the privy, where one can study such themes as 'Preparing For The Hunt', General Etiquette', Womyn in The Bush', 'True Stories' and much more.
The Politically Correct Hunter is a must for hunters of all nations, for the naturalist, the survivalist, and of course, the spouse of every sports person.

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 To Hunt or Not to Hunt
Chapter 2 Preparing for the Hunt
Chapter 3 Rules of Engagement
Chapter 4 General Etiquette
Chapter 5 True Stories
Chapter 6 Womyn in the Bush
Chapter 7 Survival of the Fittest
Chapter 8 The Publications
Chapter 9 Tally Ho

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About the author (2001)

M. J. Goodbush "is" The Politically Correct Hunter.
Relentlessly seeking to elevate the sport of hunting to the heights of correctness and good behaviour, M. J. uses the pen, that most perfect of arms, to achieve this objective.
Born and reared close to nature, in Northern Ontario, Canada, yet having academic and life experiences useful in the pursuit of self-expression, M. J. now shares a fascinating accumulation of stories, facts and wisdom with those of like mind. A powerful cloak of secrecy surrounds M. J., enabling the master advisor to glean important data and reports from the field.
M. J. Goodbush's self-image is that of a crusader for Political Correctness in the art of hunting. Goodbush holds fast to the princple that all individuals of both sexes have a right and a duty to be good and wise sports persons, and to conduct themselves in a manner respectful of the animals we have the priviledge to interact with. Should some silliness and good clean fun occur in the process, so be it.

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