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Poisoned Arrows An Investigative Journey to the Forbidden Territories of West Papua

Out of Print
By: George Monbiot
238 pages, B/w photos
Publisher: Green Books
Poisoned Arrows
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  • Poisoned Arrows ISBN: 9781903998274 Edition: 2 Paperback May 2003 Out of Print #142936
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Monbiot, now a well known campaigner, bluffed his way in the 1980s into the most dangerous and forbidden forest regions of Indonesia where a "development scheme" aimed at relieving population pressure in Java was in action. He found, to his horror, ecological devastation and terrible persecution of the Dani and Asmat tribal peoples. New edition, with a new introduction by the author.

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Out of Print
By: George Monbiot
238 pages, B/w photos
Publisher: Green Books
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