|doc-title||Natives Vs. Exotics: the Myth of the Menace|
|author||J. L. Hudson (pen name of conservation biologist David Theodoropoulos)|
|quote||There are no adequate definitions of 'native' and 'exotic', since there has been constant movement of species since the beginning of life. ... Even the wildest unfounded claims of invasion by 'exotics' pale in comparison to the land area occupied by technological man's monoculture crops. These crop-deserts and modern man's extractive land-domination economy are the threat to biodiversity, not 'escaped exotics'.|
|source||early essays on nativism by David Theodoropoulos|
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