Who Pays Scientists? 8.1

Published: January 1979

Editorial - Robert C. Paehlke

Ecological Crisis and the Autonomy of Science in Capitalist Society: a Canadian Case Study - David W. Livingstone and Richard V. Mason

Manitoulin South Shore - James L. Hodgins

The Transition to Renewable Resource Societies and the end of “Flat Earth Economics” - Hazel Henderson

Political Aspects of Environmental Issues - William Leiss

The Shrouded Nation: The Mohawks of the St. Regis Akwesasne Reserve - Henry Lickers

Environmental Protection and the Public in the 1970s - Constance D. Hunt

Who Pays Scientists? Alternatives Journal 8.1
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