Thoughtful Radicalism

Wolke, Howie
http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/bron/re/Wolke--radicalism10%282%2929%28dec89%29.pdf

Publisher:  Earth First!
Date Written:  21/12/1989
Year Published:  1989  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX15572

If it lacks a sound ethical and biological basis, environmental radicalism can be a double-edged sword: a threat to the enemy, yes, but a danger to its wielder, too. In order to avoid self-defeating radicalism, Wolke suggests a commitment to what he simply calls "thoughtful radicalism," whose cornerstones are: 1) Thwart. 2) Protect. 3) Restore. 4) Educate.

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