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March 16, 1995 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Peter Jack held his palms to the beating sun in a gesture of despair. "Our lives have been really hurt by logging," Jack said. "The bulldozers have taken away the topsoil, and now we can't grow potatoes or yams in our gardens. Life is so different than before." Jack is a 40-year-old subsistence farmer whose family ekes out a living on the northern coast of Guadalcanal--a Pacific island, famous as the site of a savage battle between U.S.
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March 16, 1995 | CHARLES P. WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Peter Jack held his palms to the beating sun in a gesture of despair. "Our lives have been really hurt by logging," Jack said. "The bulldozers have taken away the topsoil, and now we can't grow potatoes or yams in our gardens. Life is so different than before." Jack is a 40-year-old subsistence farmer whose family ekes out a living on the northern coast of Guadalcanal--a Pacific island, famous as the site of a savage battle between U.S.
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