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James William Gibson is the author of Warrior Dreams: Paramilitary Culture in Post-Vietnam America and The Perfect War: Technowar in Vietnam. A frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times and the winner of multiple awards, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, Gibson is a professor of sociology at California State University, Long Beach. He lives in Los Angeles.
|Introduction: Call of the Wild||p. 1|
|Forms of Enchantment|
|Modernity and Its Discontents||p. 15|
|Animals Who Speak to Us||p. 38|
|Holy Lands||p. 68|
|Space Exploration, Gaia, and the Greening of Religion||p. 93|
|Eco-Warriors and Blood Sacrifice||p. 124|
|Troubles in Paradise|
|Loving It to Death||p. 145|
|Imitation Wildness and the Sacred Casino||p. 168|
|The Right-Wing War on the Land||p. 192|
|Fighting Back||p. 221|
|The Journey Ahead||p. 245|
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