The debate that won't happen

Quillen, Ed
July 2008
High Country News;7/21/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p9
The author reflects on various political, economic and social issues taking place in the U.S. He offers his insights concerning the possible major political agenda for the 2008 presidential elections. On the other hand, he tackles the issue on federal land management, in which he stresses that the federal government is currently charging $1.35 per month per animal unit for grazing on public lands.


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