Anna Bramwell: The Camille Paglia of the environmental movement?: [Book Review] The fading of the greens: The decline of environmental politics in the west
Don Alexander reviews "The fading of the green: The decline of environmental politics in the west" by Anna Bramwell (New Haven: Yale, 1994).
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-441
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