By Elizabeth Nickson
40 million american citizens were pushed from their lands and rural tradition is being systematically beaten, at the same time natural world, forests, and rangelands are death. Journalist Elizabeth Nickson’s investigations into those occasions have published a stunning fact: instead of safeguarding the environment, radical conservationists are literally destroying our normal background. In Eco-Fascists, Nickson records the damaging effect of the environmental stream in North the USA and past, detailing the intense harm environmental radicals in neighborhood and nationwide executive organizations are doing to the land, the ecosystems, and the folks. Readers of Alston Chase’s Playing God in Yellowstone and In a dismal Wood, and a person who's deeply interested in international warming and the surroundings needs to learn Elizabeth Nickson’s Eco-Fascists.
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