ANWR NOT JUST AN ENERGY ISSUE

In the still young era of environmental politics, the U.S. has, at all levels of government, amassed an impressive record of costly overreaction. The country has committed itself to billions of dollars' worth of expenditure to do without chemical food additives suspected of raising cancer risks, to rip carcinogenic asbestos from buildings, and-in perhaps the most dramatic episode of all-to evacuate an entire community in Missouri polluted by a set of suspected toxic substa

Oct 28th, 1991
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