Living Green: The Neoliberal Climate of Protestant Environmentalism

Kevin Stewart Rose
In April 1970, organizers of the first Earth Day hoped to herald a period of national environmental mobilization. But the actual nature of this new environmental politics was contested. A younger generation of leftist activists who had cut their teeth on anti-war protests, SDS meetings, and administrative building sit-ins hoped their brand of direct action would become the order of the day. Two months prior, a group of students in San Jose California tried to...
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