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The crisis in energy: impact on Montana

January 19, 1973

Nothing in recent years has stirred the people of Montana quite so much as the problems of the energy crisis -- in particular, how the rapid build-up of industry around the state's vast coal fields will change the state's character.

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The crisis in energy: impact on Montana
Nothing in recent years has stirred the people of Montana quite so much as the problems of the energy crisis -- in particular, how the rapid build-up of industry around the state's vast coal fields will change the state's character.

Perspective

Controversy in Jackson Hole
The congressional and presidential decision to finance a $2.2 million airport expansion to accommodate jets in Grand Teton National Park is an extension of an already flagrant violation of the park's stated conservation policy.

News

Cultural clash in canyonlands
The vast canyonlands country in southeastern Utah is both a joy and a sorrow to archaeologists -- a joy because of the rich treasure of early Amerind sites and artifacts still to be found there, and a sorrow because these irreplaceable traces of aboriginal American culture are so rapidly being destroyed.
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