A tale of two countries

Pope, Carl
September 1994
Sierra;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p16
Criticizes the United States government's regard of environmental protection as a political issue. Influence of money in politics; Declining trust of the people on the government; Establishment of campaign contribution laws.


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