It Takes A Hero: The Grass Roots Battle Against Environmental Oppression

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Environmental oppression. It eats out America's vital substance, puts our economy in chains, violates the public liberty. It hurts people, real people. And they don't take it lying down. They fight back. This remarkable book documents the battle of ordinary people against the multi-billion-dollar environment movement and its offspring, the arrogant bureaucratic government ecoligarchy. In story after story of bravery in the face of overwhelming odds, author William Perry Pendley here spins a rich tapestry of ...
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Overview

Environmental oppression. It eats out America's vital substance, puts our economy in chains, violates the public liberty. It hurts people, real people. And they don't take it lying down. They fight back. This remarkable book documents the battle of ordinary people against the multi-billion-dollar environment movement and its offspring, the arrogant bureaucratic government ecoligarchy. In story after story of bravery in the face of overwhelming odds, author William Perry Pendley here spins a rich tapestry of everyday heroism on the part of Americans being crushed by fanatic environmentalists who threaten to destroy our freedoms, our homes, our lives. Nowhere can one find a clearer voice in the debate over the environment than in the personal profiles of It Takes A Hero. Here are the true stories of fifty-three people who risked everything to stand up for the truth: The true stewards of the Earth are those who feed, clothe and shelter all of us, and they are being systematically destroyed by a powerful movement blinded to our material needs. In addition to inspiring and uplifting stories of real people, It Takes A Hero also contains a directory of one thousand leading grassroots fighters against environmental oppression: The Hero Network. This book belongs in the homes and hearts of every concerned American.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780939571161
  • Publisher: Merril Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Pages: 326
  • Product dimensions: 6.05 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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