Headwaters Forest News 6, no. 4

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Earth First! Movement Writings

Headwaters' Forest News 6, no. 4. Front Page.

Headwaters, Headwaters' Forest News 6, no. 4 (Winter 1996-97). Republished by the Environment and Society Portal. Multimedia Library. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/8167.

This issue of Headwaters' Forest News talks about how the environment was a major issue in the November elections; how dangers to fish, wildlife, and people are being ignored; and about the wonders of nature that are still being discovered. 

We all contribute to the climate of polarization and hatred when we stereotype our opponents. Stereotyping hurts. It's like wearing a shoe that's too small. It puts people in boxes; check one ... hippie, logger, yuppie, cowboy. Life just isn't that simple. In my view, everyone has legitimate concerns. We may think that others have the wrong information, and or that they have their priorities all screwed up. But deep down, underneath all that, there are the basic concerns common to each member of the human species...for their survival, for their family, and for their community.

— Robert Brothers

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Further readings: 
  • Covill, Christopher J., "Greenpeace, Earth First! and The Earth Liberation Front: The Progression of the Radical Environmental Movement in America." University of Rhode Island Senior Honors Projects, Paper 93 (2008).
  • Foreman, Dave. Ecodefence: A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching. Tucson: A Ned Ludd Book, 1987.
  • Lee, Martha. Earth First!: Environmental Apocalypse. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1995.