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The Killing of the Countryside

By: Graham Harvey
218 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Vintage
The Killing of the Countryside
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  • The Killing of the Countryside ISBN: 9780099736615 Paperback Dec 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Reminiscent of Hutton's The State We're In or Rose's In the Name of the Law, this book, from an acute observer of British agricultural practices for many years, examines the way in which the British countryside has been ravaged by modern agricultural policies and practices over a period of fifty years.

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By: Graham Harvey
218 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Vintage
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