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Martial law of the jungle

When defending the environment means calling in the military

By Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow
December 21, 2008

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SCRATCH AN ENVIRONMENTALIST and you are likely to find a skeptic of military force. At protest marches and on car bumpers, slogans like "Good Planets Are Hard to Find" mingle with peace signs. This overlap makes sense: Both positions operate under a larger ethos of avoiding harm - and war, after all, often wreaks ecological devastation. (Full article: 1737 words)

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