In this edition, environmental lobbyist Tony Gross, expert on Amazonian affairs and a friend of Chico Mendes, follows the trial, conviction and release of Chico's assassins and examines Brazil's environmental policy under President Fernando Collor de Mello.
|Prelims - Fight for the Forest - 2nd Edition (Title Page, Copyright Information, Contents, Map of Brazil, Map of Acre, Biography - Francisco 'Chico' Alves Mendes Filho, Stop!)|
|1. Fight for the Forest - 2nd Edition|
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