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  November/December 1995 Features:
House of Cards
Leader of the Pack
Hearnburn of Darkness
 
  Departments:
Letters
Ways & Means
Food for Thought
Hearth & Home
Way to Go
Priorities
Sierra Club Bulletin
Last Words
 

Sierra Magazine
November/December 1995

Features

House of Cards
If you designed a city for maximum waste, you couldn't do better than Las Vegas -- where being postmodern means never having to say you're sorry.
by Mike Davis

Leader of the Pack
Don Young, would-be "alpha wolf" of the House Resources Committee, sinks his teeth into wilderness and environmentalists.
by B. J. Bergman

Heartburn of Darkness
A slow boat up the Amazon to an extractive reserve, where rubber tappers tap rubber nobody wants to buy and dine on endangered species. Is this any way to save a rainforest?
by Bill Gann


Departments

Letters
Naming names in Congress; messing with Smokey Bear; worrisome water; Voyageurs and Wise-Users; citrus bug repellent; mistatements restated.

Ways & Means
Bill's betrayal by Carl Pope

Food for Thought
Vegetables with thin skins by Paul Rauber

Hearth & Home
Hemp: miracle plant or pipe dream? by John Byrne Barry

Way to Go
The Maine Woods, by Stephen Gorman

Priorities
The truth behind the polls
Wise Use charm school
Eco-Thug Award

Sierra Club Bulletin
Beating back the War on the Environment
Leaner and meaner Sierra Club
Betty Crocker meets Rachel Carson
Ecoregion Roundup

Last Words
Machines for the scrap heap


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