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Sagebrush Rebels try to call the shots in Nevada

July 2, 1990

A corner of Nevada is the last stronghold of the Sagebrush Rebels -- the group that sought to transfer public land into private hands in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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Sagebrush Rebels try to call the shots in Nevada
A corner of Nevada is the last stronghold of the Sagebrush Rebels -- the group that sought to transfer public land into private hands in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Essays

Sitting out the Greed Decade in Wyoming
The workers who came to Wyoming in the 1970s to make unmentionable riches throwing chain on oil rigs are now working at minimum wage "service" jobs in the toadying tourism industry.

News

Union and Montana environmentalists reach agreement on what should be wilderness
As a result of four months of negotiations between unionized lumber mill workers and a coalition of conservationists, separate accords have emerged drawing wilderness boundaries for two of the state's 10 national forests.
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