Environmentalism: Ideology and Power
Contents: An introduction, human nature and environmentalism; German ecologists and British aristocrats; American conservationism: a gentleman's concern; Preparing the way: the post-war years; Environmentalism arrives; Misanthropic giving; Aristocratic nature of environmentalism: Marx on Malthus; Aristocratic oppositions to progress: A conclusion; Index.
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Simon Demerath and Others
Environmentalism as Ideology
Environmentalism Colonialism and Globalism
The AngloAmerican Connection
The Aristocratic Opposition to Progress A Conclusion
The Essence of Ecology and Politics
American Conservationism A Gentlemans Concern
The Highly Organized Rockefeller Efforts
Preparing the Way The PostWar Years
Earth Day and the Environmental Revolution
The Aristocratic Nature of Environmentalism Marx on Malthus
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