Hickel was a towering figure in the history of Alaska, as a two-time governor who gained national fame as Secretary of the Interior when he publicly objected to President Nixon’s widening of the Viet Nam War and was fired from the cabinet.
Project: Crisis in the Commons, ICS Press, 2002. Russian translation 2004.
Collaboration: Wohlforth was ghost writer and researcher.
“Collaborating with Charles was a pleasure. He brought more than his graceful, award-winning writing to the project. He also contributed a keen understanding of the science and the ability to generate new ideas and novel perspectives on our subject. […] Charles is a gifted collaborator and I strongly recommend his partnership to anyone contemplating becoming an author.“
“The final product was entirely satisfactory and has been a highlight of the past decade of our work at the Institute of the North. In fact, I believe this book will be a classic … Thank you for your professionalism and your enthusiasm for this project. I would strongly recommend your writing and research services to other potential clients interested in producing compelling and accurate manuscripts.”
Walter J. Hickel