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Imagine an American of the 1850s listening to our debates over wildlife and wilderness, proposes Thomas Dunlap. "Coming from a society that was seeking to kill every wolf on the continent, what could he make of our plans to reintroduce the timber wolf into parts of its old range?" This history of wildlife preservation efforts goes far beyond the "good vs. bad" approach to help us see how and why Americans felt the way they did about wild animals--and how and why they have changed. Illustrating his points by an account of our evolving ideas about wolves and coyotes, Dunlap shows how American attitdues toward nature have been transformed during the last century.