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In 1969, Mills, then a college valedictorian, leapt into the fledgling ecology movement by announcing that she would never bring a child into an already overpopulated world. In succeeding years she plunged into San Francisco's environmental activism, working with David Brower, Stewart Brand, Paul Ehrlich and Joan MacIntyre, among others. This winning memoir is both a retrospective of the movement and a personal account of Mills's own shift from environmentalism on an abstract and global scale to bioregionalism, which is practical and local in scope. - Publishers Weekly
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