Eco-warriors: Understanding the Radical Environmental Movement

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Noble Press, 1990 - Consumer Participation. - 291 pages
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This book takes a provocative, behind-the-scenes look at radical individuals and groups like Earth First!, the Sea Shepherds, Greenpeace, andthe Animal Liberation Front, and their frequently extreme, often illegal methods of saving ancient forests, laboratory animals, and marine life.

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Scarce is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Montana State University.

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