By: Christopher D Stone
181 pages, Illus
Originally published in 1972, Should Trees Have Standing? was instrumental in the beginnings of the U.S. environmental movement. Now a classic worldwide, this Twenty-Fifth Anniversary commemorative reissue examines the history of legal rights being conferred on `rightless' groups and inanimate objects. In addition to a brand new foreword, `Trees at Twenty-Five,' some of the author's most influential writings are included in this volume.
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