Tom Engelhardt profiles and presents an essay by Chip Ward, author of Hope’s Horizon: Three Visions for Healing the American Land. It’s about “charismatic carnivores,” the big animals that eat us and that we are slowly and haltingly coming to love — or at least coexist with in a reasonably non-savage manner. It’s good reading.
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