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  Sierra Magazine
  May/June 2004
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  FEATURES:
The Cost of Doing Business
Strategic Ignorance
Interview: Hilda Solis
Tidal Attraction
Why Race Matters
 
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Letters
Food for Thought
Ways & Means
Let's Talk
One Small Step
Lay of the Land
Profile
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Malaysia Wallace, age six, is one of 6 million American children who suffer from asthma, which can be caused or worsened by smog. President Bush's proposal would allow 68 percent more emissions of smog-forming nitrogen oxides than currently permitted. Malaysia Wallace, age six, is one of 6 million American children who suffer from asthma, which can be caused or worsened by smog. President Bush's proposal would allow 68 percent more emissions of smog-forming nitrogen oxides than currently permitted.

"The sky is clear—and we intend to keep it that way."

       —President George W. Bush, calling on Congress to pass legislation based on his "Clear Skies" initiative, September 16, 2003

Photograph by Theo Rigby

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