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By: Richard A Rajala
272 pages, B/w photos
Integrates class, environmental, and political issues to provide a historical perspective on the current controversy surrounding clearcutting and other forest practices. Rajala suggests that the reliance on the revenues generated by the forest industry encourages regulations which favoured the forestry companies.
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