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|Introduction: The Hunter: A Fallen Hero?||1|
|Ch. 1||The Sacred Animal||21|
|Ch. 2||The "Good Old Days"||50|
|Ch. 3||Animal Rights and Wrongs||88|
|Ch. 4||The Heart of Hunting||124|
|Ch. 5||The Guides of the Hunt||149|
|Ch. 6||Tools, Talismans, and Weapons||190|
|Ch. 7||The Feminine Side of Hunting||226|
|Ch. 8||Hunting in the Future: Will There Be Any "Good New Days"?||249|
|Appendix: Suggestions for Saving Hunting||271|
Posted April 28, 2010
Posted December 13, 2006
I beleive Swan does an excllent job in developing factual evidence, explaining Native American beleifs and arming the reader with the emotional intelligence to establish their OWN defense of hunting. He certainly doesn't do your thinking for you, but provides some of the tools to establish a position grounded in facts. Spirituality is an important part of the history of hunting Swan ties it into the book nicely.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 14, 2001
I was a bit on the disappointed side, the author James A. Swan went off into left field with cosmic philosophy's that did not do justice to the books title. The three stars are just for good references and notes. I was hoping to get a book that would vastly arm me with information that would help me defend hunting.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.