Down to earth

Brunton, Ron
June 1992
IPA Review;1992, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p54
Describes on how American Indians have influenced contemporary environmentalism. Information about the speech of Chief Seattle, a chief of the Puget Sound tribes on the Pacific North West Coast; Western attitude to nature; Tribal traditions and social organization of American Indians.


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