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  • The Western Confluence: A Guide to Governing Natural Resources

    In The Western Confluence, Matthew McKinney and William Harmon try to find practical ways to solve the West’s endless struggles over water and resource management

  • Cronies: Oil, the Bushes, and the Rise of Texas, America's Superstate

    In Cronies, Robert Bryce takes on the state of Texas and its enormous political power, tracing the network of "cronies" that brought both George Bushes to the White House

  • State of the World 2005: Redefining Global Security

    In State of the World 2005, the Worldwatch Institute takes a hard look at important issues from nuclear weapons proliferation to renewable energy

  • It's the West's turn to call the shots

    The neglected, underestimated Interior West might plant the seeds of change for the current American empire

  • Despair not one more day

    Paul Rogat Loeb’s inspirational anthology The Impossible Will Take a Little While, lives up to its subtitle; it’s truly "a citizen’s guide to hope in a time of fear"

  • Don’t expect Washington to lead the West

    The West needs to take charge of its own destiny, and become more than just a political game piece in the presidential election

  • Dear Friends

    HCN’s May board meeting; good news for the paper; some readers upset about political stories; scientist Theo Colborn speaks; Mary Sojourner to read in Hotchkiss, Colorado

  • Why Greens need blue blazers

    Greenies, until America becomes less pretentious, your party needs to trade in tie-dye for the uniform of power: gray flannel trousers and a nice, pink-pinstriped shirt

  • Republicans need to claim the environmental middle ground

    Republican leaders, now holding the reins in Western politics, are better equipped to meet the challenges faced in the West and in the nation, according to the writer

  • Race track

    Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo spent $1.5 million to defeat Michael Kennedy, Democratic challenger who missed the filing deadline by seconds; Montana Democrat Margarett Campbell, an Assiniboine Tribe member, is running in a newly formed (2000) leg

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