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"A gripping story."
—New York Times
"A must-read for those who care about the environment."
—Wall Street Journal
"If you walk in the woods, read this book. It will open your eyes to what you're actually seeing."
"Fascinating reading, impeccably researched, and powerful."
"The single most profound—and alarming—book in three decades of environmental literature."
—Orange County Register
"Anyone who wants to know why environmentalism has taken such an extreme turn in the past twenty-five years should read Alston Chase's account of the capture of the U.S. environmental movement. But the book has a much broader sweep. . . . In a Dark Wood should therefore appeal to the thoughtful liberals and conservatives alike."
—Robert W. Crandall, The Brookings Institute
Alston Chase has written widely on natural history, the environment, and animal welfare. He is the author of Playing God in Yellowstone, In a Dark Wood, and Harvard and the Unabomber.
A very educational book. I always suspected the eco-freak wackos & even some of the so-called scientists were not following true scientific principles.Published on September 6, 2011 by bossel
A very well researched and well written account of the "Old Growth Forest" controversy. I strongly encourage students of enviromentalism to read it. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by C. Oathout