From Apocalypse to Way of Life is a comprehensive and in depth survey of environmental crisis as it has been understood for the last four decades. Buell recounts the growing number of ecological and social problems critical for the environment, and the impact that the growing experience with, and understanding of, them has had on American politics, society and culture.

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Part I Contesting Crisis

chapter 1|32 pages

The Politics of Denial

chapter 2|27 pages

Taking Crisis Seriously?

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Part II: Elaborating Crisis An Introductory Caution

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Part III Imagining Crisis