A folklorist looks at the responses of Newfoundlanders to the international seal hunt protest
during the late sixties and '70s.
". . . includes 32 examples of local counter-protest verse, four cartoons, four graphics,
and several oral testimonies originally delivered over an open-line radio show . . . an interesting
introduction to the genre."--Journal of American Folklore
"Bloody Decks and a Bumper Crop . . . offers valuable insight . . . it has appeal
for those concerned with accurate evaluation obtained from exposure to both sides of a