From ANIMAL PEOPLE, October 1993:
THE WISE USE WISE GUYS ET AL
George Frampton’s last major task
before leaving the presidency of The Wilderness
Society to become Assistant Secretary for Fish,
Wildlife, and Parks in the Clinton administration
was to preside over the assembly of a 50-page
report called The Wise Use Movement: Strategic
Analysis and 50-State Review. It calls upon the
mainstream environmental movement to distance
itself from radical environmentalism, deep ecolo-
gy, and animal rights, while rebuilding alliances
with farmers and hunters.
The fall 1993 issue of Friends of
Animals’ ActionLine magazine features ANIMAL
PEOPLE editor Merritt Clifton’s “Attack of the
Wise Use Wise Guys,” an investigation of vio-
lence against animals and animal defenders by
members of the self-named “wise use movement.”
It’s $1.95, from POB 1244, Norwalk, CT 06856.
Having run low on friends in Washington D.C.,
Putting People First is relocating this month to
Helena, Montana––PPF president Kathleen
Marquardt’s birth state.