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Praise forThis Land:'Ketchamâ€s important book is an urgent cry to expose the greed,

stubbornness and neglect that is harming public lands . . . he has written a psalm to nature and a

manifesto to stop the forces that are threatening a territory that stretches from Colorado to the

Pacific Coast.' —Los Angeles Times'A rollicking and unsparing look at the threats to our public

lands . . . part reportage, part history, part backcountry travelogue, the book is full of righteous

anger and reverence for wild spaces . . . brings the fighting spirit and conservation vision of great

writers like Edward Abbey, Rachel Carson, and Bernard DeVoto into the 21st century.' —

Outside'[An] encyclopedic exposé . . . [Ketcham] uses darkly humorous stories to illuminate the

political, ideological, and physical threats to Americaâ€s parks, forests, rivers, and monuments.'

—The New Yorker'Ketcham is a muckraking activist . . . his brutally clear reporting supports his

view . . . This Land is a catalog of depredations wrought by grazers, drillers, miners, loggers and

the holders of public office who abet them, betraying their duty to the public trust in favor of money

and political power . . . [Ketchamâ€s] book is ultimately a call to arms.' —The New York Times

Book Review'Raw and unrestrained, Ketcham's work goes to the heart of this increasingly virulent

national crisis.' —2019 National Outdoor Book Awards (Honorable Mention, Natural

History Literature)'Ferocious . . . [a] stunning book . . . What makes This Land so pressing and

so painful is that it drains any reservoirs of political naïveté you may have left. It reminds us

that myths . . . are the collective lies we tell ourselves to keep from seeing what is actually

happening . . . This Land is a book that will help us tell the story truthfully, a book for the hard

times now that are a prelude to harder times ahead.' —Verlyn Klinkenborg, The American

Scholar 'A searing account of the use and abuse of Americaâ€s public lands . . . an eyeopener

in the tradition of Rachel Carsonâ€s Silent Spring.' —The Denver Post'This Land is a

striking cry of anguish . . . Chronicling a history of subjugation beginning 200 years ago, the book

offers infuriating evidence of a broken system leading to a broken ecosystem.' —Salt Lake City

Weekly'This book minces no words on how environmental deterioration has created a situation

that will make our descendants wonder what corporations were thinking about besides making

money.' —Roundup Magazine 'As Christopher Ketcham says so eloquently in these pages,


the vast public lands are perhaps America's greatest legacy, a landscape of the scale necessary to

help preserve the diversity of life on a hot planet in a tough century. That's why we need to pay

such attention to the stories he tells of the threats they face.' —Bill McKibben, author ofÂ

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