TO SAVE A WHALE: The Voyages of Greenpeace by Robert Hunter

TO SAVE A WHALE: The Voyages of Greenpeace

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The exhilarating autobiography of the Greenpeace movement, a band of hippies, housewives, computer programmers, PhDs and others on the ""fringes"" of the environmental movement. With a Kwakiutl motif as their banner, the Greenpeace guerrillas place themselves--bodily--between whales and whalers, and in so doing confront Russian harpoons, witness miracles, and in photographer Weyler's words, ride the wave of whale consciousness ""that carried us so far beyond ourselves.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1978
Publisher: Chronicle Books