SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Elizabeth Kolbert
Professors James Morton Turner and Andrew Isenberg's recent book identifies the Reagan Revolution as the moment the Republican Party rejected environmental regulation and made further protective legislation politically unthinkable for a generation.
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