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Going from good to better

May 27, 1983

The election of Ronald Reagan -- the most outspoken anti-environmental presidential candidate since Earth Day in 1970 -- has sparked an unprecedented growth in environmental groups.

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Going from good to better
The election of Ronald Reagan -- the most outspoken anti-environmental presidential candidate since Earth Day in 1970 -- has sparked an unprecedented growth in environmental groups.
The changing face of the opposition
Inflammatory Interior Secretary James Watt is merely the prominent tip of a large iceberg -- a mass of individuals and organizations who believe what Watt believes, and worse.

News

Timber defaults threaten Northwest
Senators from Idaho, Washington and Oregon have joined forces to try to head off a massive default on timber sale contracts which some timber industry experts say could wipe out as much as 25 percent of the lumber production capacity in Oregon and Northern California alone.
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