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On The Media - May 28, 2011

Also by Will Potter:

Green Is The New Red, April 2011
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Green Is The New Red
Will Potter

An Insider's Account of a Social Movement Under Siege

City Lights Publishers
April 2011
On Sale: April 12, 2011
256 pages
ISBN: 087286538X
EAN: 9780872865389
Paperback
$16.95
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At a time when everyone is going green, most people are unaware that the FBI is using anti-terrorism resources to target environmentalists. Here is a guided tour into an underground world of radical activism and an introduction to the shadowy figures behind the headlines. But here also is the story of how everyday people are prevented from speaking up for what they believe in. Like the Red Scare, this "Green Scare" is about fear and intimidation, and Will Potter outlines the political, legal, and public relations strategies that threaten even acts of nonviolent civil disobedience with the label of "eco-terrorism."

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