Coyotes and Town Dogs: Earth First! and the Environmental Movement

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Penguin Group USA, 1995 - Nature - 483 pages
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A vivid account of the fascinating personalities, flamboyant tactics, epic confrontations, and philosophical, ethical, and legal dilemmas of the entire American environmental movement, this timely and wide-ranging book provides a foundation for understanding the crucial environmental choices we face in the future.

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COYOTES AND TOWN DOGS: Earth First! and the Environmental Movement

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A ranging and generally cogent portrait—and defense—of Earth First!, the activist organization dedicated to the proposition that, as far as Earth is concerned, humans should return to the ... Read full review

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Zakin, a freelance journalist, has written a lively, fast-paced historical account of the sometimes controversial environmental group Earth! First. Beginning and ending her book with the 1989 arrest ... Read full review


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Susan Zakin's work has been published in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Mother Jones, Field and Stream, Outdoor Life, Vogue, and She calls Tucson, AZ home, but currently lives in New Orleans.

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