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Crazy Mountains: Learning from the Wilderness to Weigh Technology

Series: SUNY Series in Environmental Public Policy

By: David Strong

224 pages, Illus

State University of New York Press

Paperback | Oct 1995 | #48730 | ISBN: 0791426521
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Hardback | Nov 1995 | #48728 | ISBN: 0791426513
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About this book

This is a vivid account of the Crazy Mountains in Montana, where the rugged beauty is being jeopardised by bulldozers. The author urges us recognise the danger of technology, and presents a vision of the challenge that the wilderness offers to our contemporary culture.


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