Global hot air

Strayer, Jack
June 2006
Investigate;Jun2006, Vol. 6 Issue 65, p62
Presents the author's views on global warming. Argument on the contribution of human activities to global warming; Campaign of media to alter the acceptance of higher taxes and rigid restrictions on personal freedoms of taxpayers in the U.S.; Claims of "Newsweek" that meteorologists were almost unanimous in their opinion about the global warming phenomena.


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