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.
by Fred Zilian
Like the Norse, the Trump administration is showing indifference to long-term interests.
by Carol Van Strum
The EPA, created with much fanfare by Richard Nixon in 1970, was an agency crippled at birth by inadequate funding, political hypocrisy, and laws protecting industry profits above all.
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