Burning Rage of a Dying Planet

by Craig Rosebraugh
Burning Rage of a Dying Planet
  • ISBN-13: 9781648412073
  • Author(s): Craig Rosebraugh
  • Subject: Social services & welfare, criminology
  • Publisher: Microcosm Publishing
  • Imprint: Microcosm Publishing
  • Publication Date: 09-07-2024
  • Format: p/b

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Since 1997, the ELF has inflicted over 100 million dollars in damages on entities they believe to be causing environmental destruction, mostly through brazen arson attacks on timber companies, ski resorts, and car dealerships. Former ELF spokesperson Craig Rosebraugh charts the history and ideology of the ELF and explores its tactics, successes, and limitations. Rosebraugh examines the question of whether or not violence is justifiable, along with the short- and long-term political benefits and drawbacks of using violence. He also offers a primer on the tactics of state repression and strategies the US government uses to destroy activist movements. Whatever your view of direct action or violence, Burning Rage of a Dying Planet is an illuminating read for anyone seeking to understand radical environmental movements and the government's response to them. This revised and updated edition has a foreword by Extinction Rebellion co-founder Tamsin Omond.
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Since 1997, the ELF has inflicted over 100 million dollars in damages on entities they believe to be causing environmental destruction, mostly through brazen arson attacks on timber companies, ski resorts, and car dealerships. Former ELF spokesperson Craig Rosebraugh charts the history and ideology of the ELF and explores its tactics, successes, and limitations. Rosebraugh examines the question of whether or not violence is justifiable, along with the short- and long-term political benefits and drawbacks of using violence. He also offers a primer on the tactics of state repression and strategies the US government uses to destroy activist movements. Whatever your view of direct action or violence, Burning Rage of a Dying Planet is an illuminating read for anyone seeking to understand radical environmental movements and the government's response to them. This revised and updated edition has a foreword by Extinction Rebellion co-founder Tamsin Omond.

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