Chaos theory

Wright, Robert
July 1995
New Republic;7/10/95, Vol. 213 Issue 2, p6
Criticizes the manner in which U.S. presidential candidate Pat Buchanan uses the chaos theory to advance his political ambitions in 1995. Comparison of the strategies adopted by chaos theory advocate Pat Robertson and Buchanan; Use of the climate chaos by Robertson for amassing money and power; Plan of Buchanan to levy a 10 percent tariff on every Japanese good; Views of Buchanan on environmental degradation.


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