The Chicago Gangster Theory of Life: Nature's Debt to Society.
London: Verso, 1994. First edition 8vo. 308 pp. The ecological romanticism of the Pacific Islands, their ethnic and socio-economic bases of cultural nationalism in the tourist tide; the bombing of the World Trade Center and urban development, global finance and new immigrant cultures; the media's role in the Gulf War and the "ecology of images"; the men's movement as a response to eco-femininsm; biotechnology and genetic research, the philosophy of biological determinism that the author has named "the Chicago gangster theory of life." Fine in Fine dj Cloth 0860914291 (Item ID: 9563)