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Beatrice Trum Hunter

  • We will rescue ourselves from our present dilemma when we substitute intelligence for force.

  • Whenever a rich variety exists within a biological community, the community has a good chance of remaining stable.

  • Insects have had a poor press which has emphasized their role as ravagers, disease carriers or as nuisances. There is always an uncomfortable undercurrent of opinion that insects, in some fiendish manner, are trying to inherit our planet. Insects need an articulate public relations man.

Beatrice Trum Hunter, U.S. writer, environmentalist

(1918)