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Uncommon Ground Rethinking the Human Place in Nature

Edited By: William Cronon
561 pages, 35 illus
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  • Uncommon Ground ISBN: 9780393315110 Paperback Jan 1997 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Essays which argues that many environmental strategies are flawed because they leave people out of the picture.

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Edited By: William Cronon
561 pages, 35 illus
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The best kind of book, one that shocks the reader into entirely fresh ways of thinking.--Michael Pollan
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