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Award-winning journalist and author Tracy Ross takes on one of Alaskas most contentious issues: the protection of a pack of wolves in Denali National Park. To Denalis hundreds of thousands of annual visitors, the Toklat wolf pack represents one of the last living symbols of true wilderness in the United States. But to animal rights activists and the legion of wolf trappers who oppose them, the Toklat pack embodies something infinitely larger: a decades-long battle between human and animal rights. In this shocking, often graphic portrait of life and death in the so-called Wolf Townships, Ross tells the story through two men who symbolize the heart of the conflict: the outspoken guide and trapper Coke Wallace and his adversary, wildlife biologist Gordon Haber.

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