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High Country News August 26, 1991

Government tames its wild, destructive dam

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Government tames its wild, destructive dam

Early this month Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan issued a decree to alter the operation of a key faucet on the Colorado River -- Glen Canyon Dam.

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Washington shows little fear of wolves

Washington's Gov. Booth Gardner has issued a proclamation supporting the reintroduction of wolves to Olympic National Park.

Essays

Politics can't save endangered species

We proudly say that ours is a government of laws, not of men. But there are times when we expect too much of laws and not enough of women and men. This is the case with the failure of the Endangered Species Act.

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