3 edition of Eath of Ramón González found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. (303)-324) and index.
|Statement||University of Texas Press|
|Publishers||University of Texas Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Activities of the Conference: Resolutions of the Council of Ministers of Transport and Reports Approved in 1988/35th Annual Report -1988
He made sure everyone was close,he was the glue of the family. This site is provided as a service of SCI Shared Resources, LLC. This book gave incredible insight to the horrors of industrial agriculture and the impacts that our transnational agreements have on vulnerable populations of indigenous and impoverished populations of people.
By having actual person's story, the author avoided dehumanizing the issue, which often happens to books on these issues. This death has caused a lot of friends and family of Gonzalez so much hurt.
This revised edition of The Death of Ramon Gonzalez updates the science and politics of pesticides and agricultural development. The Death of Ramon Gonzalez has become a benchmark book since its publication in 1990. From reviews of the first edition: "Angus Wright has shown in a brilliant study [how] the imposition of high-yield agriculture helped to break apart the intimate relationship between cultures and ecosystems that had coevolved over long periods of time.
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He was predeceased by : his grandparents, Dan and Dorothy Sanders; and his aunts, JoAnn Gonzalez and Diane Churak. Ramon was the oldest of 12 children. The book has also been used at the University of California-Santa Cruz as a model of interdisciplinary work and at the University of Iowa as a model of fine journalism, and has inspired numerous other books, theses, films, and investigative journalism pieces.
The spine may show signs of wear.
Ramon's obituary Romon gonzalez passed away when least expected,He battled depression for many years after loosing his mom and step sister a few years back.
Table of ContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Mexico and the Pesticide Crusade1.