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Ecocide in Indochina; the ecology of war.

Author: Barry Weisberg
Publisher: San Francisco, Canfield Press [1970]
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Weisberg, Barry.
Ecocide in Indochina.
San Francisco, Canfield Press [1970]
(OCoLC)574664124
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barry Weisberg
OCLC Number: 135562
Description: x, 241 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm
Contents: On ecocide, by B. Weisberg.--Ecocide in Indochina, by O. Schell & B. Weisberg.--On genocide, by J.P. Sartre.--"On withdrawal," by P.D. Scott.--From Ecological effects of the Vietnam War, by E.W. Pfeiffer.--"Leaf abscission?" By N.V. Long.--They shall inherit the earth, by M. Somerville.--From Poisoning plants for peace, by A.H. Westing.--The chemically poisonous products' effects on particular agricultural products.--Starvation as a weapon, by J. Mayer.--What have we done to Vietnam? By R.E. Cook, W. Haseltine, and A.W. Galston.--The children of Vietnam, by W.F. Pepper.--Cage for the innocents, by O. Schell.--From After Pinkville, by N. Chomsky.--The tragedy of Saigon, by F. FitzGerald.--How not to keep them down on the farm, by D. Ronk.--Health and death in Vietnam, by T. Bodenheimer and G. Roth.--The circle of deception; notes on Vietnam, by R.J. Lifton.--Automated war, by D. Schearer.--Notes from Hard times.--"Our people are a wonder," by F. Schurmann.--The National Liberation Front and the transformation of Vietnamese society, by M. Selden.--The bombing of Vietnam, by J.M. van Dyke.--Bibliography (p. 223-241).

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