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Revolution? What revolution?

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Letter - From the May 26, 2003 issue by Sid Houpt
Regarding your editorial, "Republicans wave guns, but where’s the butter?" (HCN, 4/14/03: Republicans wave guns, but where’s the butter?): This editorial emotionally bemoans "BLM and Forest Service lands being hammered by gas drilling," "environmental laws being weakened," "national monuments being squeezed" and "land that BLM and Forest Service are supposed to manage is being destroyed."

So, indeed, the revolution is NOT over, as you tried to convince your readers in your wishful thinking article of three years ago (HCN, 4/10/00: Beyond the Revolution).

Incidentally, just how does crow taste?

Sid Houpt
Pullman, Washington
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