September 1, 2011

Conservatives vs. Scientists on Climate Change

Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune


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The 1980s and 1990s were prime time for environmental scares, many of which proved bogus. On one side were liberals, greens and professional alarmists who always assumed the worst. On the other side, many nonliberals chose to heed scientists who had studied the evidence. Time and again, the skeptics were right. . .

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