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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7686
Title: The nature of the environmental debate, extremist language, the Loyal Opposition, magnanimity and trust vs. government regulation, developing standards for truth-telling in the context of contentious issues, elephants in Zimbabwe, the Boston Rt 128 loop, development value, Henry George Progress and Poverty, ethics of transition and compromise, Spotted Owl habitat, property use restrictions
Authors: Baer, Richard
Keywords: Religion
Ethics
Environment
Issue Date: 28-Apr-1994
Publisher: Cornell University
Abstract: The nature of the environmental debate, extremist language, the Loyal Opposition, magnanimity and trust vs. government regulation, developing standards for truth-telling in the context of contentious issues, elephants in Zimbabwe, the Boston Rt 128 loop, development value, Henry George Progress and Poverty, ethics of transition and compromise, Spotted Owl habitat, property use restrictions. Lecture was recorded on a Lapel Microphone, using a Cassette Tape.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/7686
Appears in Collections:Lecture Collection Volume 1

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