By: Andrew McMurry
Presents a new reading of Emerson, Thoreau, and the green tradition in American thought. McMurry analyzes Emerson and Thoreau's foundational roles in the formation of the two main currents in American environmentalism: the managerial, or 'shallow,' and the radical, or 'deep.'
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