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Warriors of the Rainbow

A Chronicle of the Greenpeace Movement

Warriors of the Rainbow
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The story you hold in your hands is too powerful to ignore. It is the story of the birth and early years of Greenpeace, the most important environmental activist organization to come out of North America. Bob Hunter’s narrative describes the early Greenpeacers sailing around the Pacific, bickering over internal politics, risking their lives, developing arguments about whales being sentient beings and staving off bankruptcy. Somehow they managed to start a global movement, take on both super powers of the time, save seals and whales, protest oil tankers in coastal waters and drive nuclear testing underground. No author of fiction would have dared propose a tale this amazing. There have been many books and memoirs written by participants of these events. All are worth reading. The first, the most poignant, and the best is Warriors of the Rainbow. It is also, in my humble opinion, the most hilarious. From the foreword by Kumi Naidoo International Executive Director, Greenpeace 2011
Fremantle Press; October 2011
471 pages; ISBN 9781921888816
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ISBNs
1921888814
9781921888809
9781921888816