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Re: “Unshackled

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Re: “More than Heroes and Villains

Christopher Ketcham worked hard to get Donald Trump elected president. (Just look it up.) And then he complains about Trump's obviously bad conservation policies. What a joke. This book review is correct, in his book "This Land" Ketcham reduces important issues to cartoonish nonsense.

Why is Brian Ertz defending Christopher Ketcham so vehemently? Gotta be some sort of social connection, one could argue. (Look it up.)

Thank you Salt Lake City Weekly for publishing this level-headed book review by Carl Segerstrom.

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Posted by TrailMark on 12/05/2019 at 10:00 AM

Re: “More than Heroes and Villains


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Posted by brain666 on 12/05/2019 at 12:43 AM

Re: “More than Heroes and Villains

Healthy debate exists over the merit of a variety of public land management approaches. What I like about Ketcham’s work is that it is entirely underrepresented (as compared to so many biologists at agency, employees in advocacy groups, etc.) in the media.

Unfortunately, that debate is too often stifled, ignored, and misapprehended by folk like Segerstrom - folk whose desire to seek nuance and the imperative of so-called compromise despite the steaming pile of nonsense right in front of their faces is how they feed their own sense of self importance and justify their own failure of courage or effort.

Why is the Salt Lake City Weekly printing this nonsense? Gotta be some sort of social connection with the editor because the perspective is entirely ridiculous. Are you really suggesting there is a lack of coverage of the positions that Ketcham criticizes? Any intellectually honest assessment acknowledges the opposite.

You think the book should have provided more coverage of people’s excuses not to speak up when they see wrong? The ethic of apathy or self-interested expediency is under-represented, or would have made for a better perspective? Or you just think that Ketcham should out his sources at agency by giving them more voice in a way that could be identifiable?

And besides, the pragmatic imperative of the comfy mainstream is *totally* lacking in platforms and decibel! Not quite. It’s well represented. Over represented. Flip through the pages of whiny lifestyle rags like High Country News if you’re interested in a narrative that’ll make you feel better about your own lack of principle.

The harrowing value of Ketcham’s work is in the integrity of its veracity and truth-telling. It’s fact-checked, boot-borne, and unafraid.

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Posted by Brian Ertz on 12/05/2019 at 12:33 AM

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