By: Bruce Stuart-Menteath (Author)
330 pages, no illustrations
A behind the scenes journey, often missed by tourists, that examines the harassment that West Coast conservationists exerience on a daily basis. Stuart-Menteath describes this hostility and how it grew into a malevolent force driven by its own momentum until it was unstoppable. After suffering years of violence and intimidation, he finally sought refuge for his young family in Christchurch. Nevertheless, this controversial book reveals that he certainly has not been silenced as he boldly describes the conduct of individuals, corporations and officials within local and central government who collectively helped create that oppressive atmosphere until it affected every aspect of his life.
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