Wild Rockies Review 3, no. 2

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Earth First! Movement Writings

Wild Rockies Review 3, no. 2. Front Page.

Wild Rockies Earth First!, Wild Rockies Review 3, no. 2. 1990. Republished by the Environment and Society Portal. Multimedia Library. http://www.environmentandsociety.org/node/8017.


This Spring 1990 issue includes, amongst other articles, a rebuttal in an ongoing argument between EF! members about the role of violence in environmental movements, and in the EF! movement in particular. It was not only a question of tactics but a sense that EF! was being "managed" by those who wished to eliminate violence from their arsenal.

Ecotage is not only effective at saving wild places from Greed-heads, but fun as well. It should be understood as more than a viable tool of resistance, because it is a rite of passage for many of us, and a new ceremonial icon for our movement. [. . .]

In our fight against the burgeoning monoculture, let's not adopt their sameness. EF! is diversity with cooperation. It needs no managing -- united beneath the soil, like intertwining roots, by the resolute standard of "no compromise!" Deep ecology and civil disobedience, poetry and ecotage.


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