I question your decision to prominently feature (Page Stegner's) review of David Foreman's book, "Confessions of an Eco-Warrior," in the March 10 Book Review. If his biocentrist philosophy were implemented, it would bring about mass deaths through the dismantling of our industrial means of production.

It would be more fitting to classify Foreman as an eco-terrorrist. He and his organization Earth First! have maliciously carried out acts of sabotage against private property, and the attention afforded to him in your newspaper only serves to encourage such acts.

Would a book by Yasser Arafat also be so prominently featured in Book Review?

RON M KAGAN, Member of Humanity First!, LOS ANGELES

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