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RESURGENCE Vol. 2. No. 10 Nov./Dec. 1969 24 Abercorn Place, St. John's Wood, London, N.W.8


Editorial Group


Editorial The Politics of Pollution

Editor John Papworth



Ecology: The Religion of Martin Jezer


Sabotaging Nature Barry Commoner

Managing Roger Franklin Editor




Quotes Rene Dubas, Lewis Herber,

George Lichtheim, Ralph Borsodi, Andrew Kopkind, G. N. Syer

20 The Pig, The Gun and Tina Morris the Wild Free Roses 24 Letters Ernest Bader, H. W. Beason,

Layont Graham Keen & Art John Furnival

Business Michad North & Subs.

Michael Keen, D. I. Reid, Anne Vogel, Desmond Jeffery Associate Ernest Bader Editors Danilo Dolci Paul Goodman

Publications Received

Hospital Notebook John Papworth

Ray Gosling

Prof. Leopold Kohr Jayaprakash Narayan Dr. E. F. Schumacher


BARRY COMMONER is Professor of Plant Physiology and Director of the Center for the Biology of Natural Systems at Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Scientists' Institute for Public Information. He is a founder and past president of the Committee for Environmental Information, in whose journal, Scientist and Citizen the article we reproduce by permission here was first published. It is based on an address to the Graduate School, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. given on Dec. 13, 1967. Barry Commoner's book, Science and Survival, (Gollancz) (1963) was reviewed in Resurgence, Vol. 1, No. 11 (Jan/Feb. 1968). MARTIN JEZER is listed by WIN as their Vermont correspondent and Compost Editor. TINA MORRIS : poet/ prosewriter/ musician. Codirector of BB Bks and Vegan Action. A Buddhist, pacifist, anarchist and Vegan. ' A Song of Great Peace ' published by BB Bks in 1967. Is featured in the Penguin CHILDREN OF ALBION anthology and work to appear in the Corgi DOVES FOR THE SEVENTIES Calder and Boyars published THE VISITORS (New Writers 7) in July this year. Has appeared in many magazines, journals and small press publications including Peace News, Tribune, Freedom, IT, Poetmeat and Resistance, etc.

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