Environment: The Rise of Anti-Ecology

"Ecology?" scoffs a black militant in Chicago. "I don't give a good goddam about ecology!" In Georgia, Union Camp Corporation's director of air and water resources, Glenn Kimble, wonders whether mankind will suffer "a whole hell of a lot if the whooping crane doesn't quite make it." Flowery-hatted ladies from the D.A.R. have served notice that concern over pollution "is being distorted and exaggerated by emotional declarations and by intensive propaganda." Such backlash views are now being voiced in many parts of the country, although the protesters often have little more in common...

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