The Haves Have It

Tucker, William G.
August 1979
National Review;8/31/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 35, p1076
The article focuses on the impact of environmentalists on the economic progress in the United States. Environmentalists do not see any threat in the loss of manufacturing jobs, the close of manufacturing plants and leveling in the economy. They also foresee correlation between solar energy consumption and economic growth.


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