Charlton Ogburn, Jr.

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Charlton Ogburn, Jr., is now at work on The Continent in our Hands , a first-person narrative of discovery of the country’s natural splendors and of what he believes confronts them.

Articles by this Contributor

June 1961

These wild birds once inhabited North America by the billions. Yet in three centuries they were exterminated by “civilized” man

December 1969

In terms of consumption and pollution, America is the most overpopulated nation on earth. We think we can afford it—but we are leading the world to

June 1970

Had it been specifically designed for the purpose, says the author, the motorcar could not be doing a better job of destroying our cities and countryside