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A collection of essays and transcripts of interviews and speeches by Earth First!er Judi Bari who survived first a 1990 car-bombing that left her paralyzed, then subsequent implication in her own attack, in spite of clear motives and death-threats from others. These articles and essays provide a history of Earth First!'s work and internal struggles, the involvement of the timber corporations, Richard Held (of COINTELPRO fame) and the FBI in discrediting Earth First!, as well as Bari's own complex relationship with the organization and some of its tactics. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781567510263
  • Publisher: Common Courage Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/1994
  • Pages: 300
  • Product dimensions: 5.04 (w) x 7.64 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 8
Timber Wars 11
Waferboard: The Final Solution 20
"Some People Just Don't Get It" 25
KPFA Interview 43
For FBI, Back To Political Sabotage 52
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 55
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 61
1990: A Year in the Life of Earth First! 67
Why I Am Not a Misanthrope 82
The Truth About Earth First! and Loggers 85
Dave Foreman Comes to Ecotopia 88
The Sierra Club Surrender 92
The PALCO Papers 95
A Review of Dave Foreman's 103
Working at the L-P Mill 109
Why I Hate the Corporate Press 118
Community Under Siege 122
Who Bought Steve Talbot? 132
Scenes from the Revolution 142
Exposing the FBI 148
Last Ditch Logging 155
Redwood Action Week 165
Protest Was Over Liquidation Logging 174
Nice and Radical 178
The Texas Chainsaw Chancellor 182
Church First! Goes To Trial 188
FBI Still Covering Up Bombing Case 193
Showdown at the Earth First! Corral 196
Murderville 217
The Feminization of Earth First! 219
Louisiana-Pacific Blows an Easy One 226
What the L-P Memos Really Mean 231
L-P Logging Stopped in Albion! 238
An Encounter with Bobby Simpson 243
Taking Back the Woods 251
The Secret History of Tree-Spiking - Part 1 264
The Secret History of Tree-Spiking - Part 2 271
Monkeywrenching 283
The Earth First! Car Bombing 286
Index 329
About the Author [sn]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2005

    EcoFiction, EcoFraud

    Bari it turns out was not a victim of the FBI or Big Timber but was rather a hustler and fraud who was bombed not for her political views but as a direct result of domestic violence. Bari postured as a 'nonviolent' activist while secretly plotting the murder of her ex. 'Timber Wars' is the testament of Bari's fundamental dishonesty.

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