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  Sierra Magazine
  January/February 2004
Table of Contents
 
  FEATURES: FAMILY PLANNING
A Neighborhood Named Desire
A Fine Balance
 
  OTHER FEATURES
Circling Back to the Sierra
Interview: William Greider
Old Europe’s New Ideas
 
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Ways & Means
Let's Talk
One Small Step
Lay of the Land
Food for Thought
Profile
Good Going
The Sierra Club Bulletin
Grassroots Update
 
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JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2004

Features

FAMILY PLANNING

A Neighborhood Named Desire
The trouble with abstinence-only sex education.
Mary Jo McConahay

A Fine Balance
Cultivating smaller families and healthier farms in Ecuador’s highlands.
Marilyn Berlin Snell

OTHER FEATURES

Circling Back to the Sierra
Scaling life’s new heights in the same familiar mountains. 
Daniel Duane

Interview: William Greider
"A new mobilization is just beginning."
Paul Rauber

Old Europe’s New Ideas
On green issues, the gulf between Washington and Brussels is wider than the Atlantic.
Samuel Loewenberg


Departments

Letters

Let’s Talk
Our new book and film club

Ways & Means
The EPA’s 9/11 lies
Carl Pope

One Small Step
The littlest lobbyist

Lay of the Land
The asthma plague
W. Watch

Food for Thought
Savvy seafood shopping
Paul Rauber

Profile
Indian Country lawyer
Stephen Hendricks

Good Going
Pictured Rocks, Michigan 
Elisa Freeling

The Sierra Club Bulletin
Students tame the timber beast

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