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Articles from The American Prospect (December 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A call for ocean-policy reform: the time is now for government to respond to long-standing demands for action. Chasis, Sarah 1706
A fine mess. Kuttner, Robert Book review 2299
After the market mania. Klein, Ezra Book review 1394
Are cows worse than cars? Everyone knows driving an SUV or leaving the lights on is bad for the earth. But when it comes to your environmental impact, what's on your plate is just as important. Adler, Ben 3550
Blaming history. Tomasky, Michael Viewpoint essay 816
Bush White House Yearbook: Staff Superlatives 2000 to 2008. Frank, T.A. Brief article 179
Carbon dioxide: the curse of the deep: ocean warming, acidification, and corrosion wreak havoc on marine populations. Hardt, Marah J. Viewpoint essay 1027
College for the few. Kirp, David L. Book review 1191
Damaged heroes: four recent films reveal how America sees its Iraq War veterans. McKelvey, Tara Movie review 1570
Don't call it a culture war. Friedman, Ann 748
Facts on the ground. Brief article 155
Florida's sea turtles besieged. Godfrey, David 521
From the executive editor. Schmitt, Mark 304
Getting real on climate change: we'll never succeed in making dirty energy too expensive. Let's make clean energy cheap. Nordhaus, Ted; Shellenberger, Michael 2483
Imagining the oceans in 2025: entire ecosystems teeter on the brink of extinction as slime and dead zones take over. Jackson, Jeremy B.C. 1934
Lost opportunities. Brief article 140
Marine biodiversity in jeopardy: the attrition of the world's coral reefs signals far broader and graver problems. Knowlton, Nancy Essay 1133
Mind the map. Schmitt, Mark 729
No easy answers. Brief article 155
Obama makes amends. Brief article 224
Obama's Halliburton. Brief article 173
Ocean fish farms and public-resource privatization: industrial aquaculture poses new threats to U.S. waters and fishermen. Cufone, Marianne 1549
Partisan papers. Brief article 107
Restoring the battered commons: the degradation of coasts and oceans continues, but faint hopes for improvement are stirring. Stone, Roger D. Viewpoint essay 422
Saccage: learning the lessons of Jacques Cousteau. Schiefelbein, Susan 1776
Saving the fish banks: the U.S. has made improvements in managing its stocks but only compared to the rest of the world. Woodard, Colin Viewpoint essay 1851
Street fighter: since mayor Michael Bloomberg's congestion-pricing plan failed in New York City, his transportation commissioner has taken a piecemeal approach to reclaiming streets from cars. Goldstein, Dana 4161
The Arctic Ocean in the 21st century: with warming at a rate double the global average, the region's animal populations struggle to adapt. McCarthy, James J. Viewpoint essay 1625
The audacity of patience: Obama's savvy coalition-building broke all the rules about how to run for president. If he can take the same approach in the White House, he will be a towering success. Schmitt, Mark 2706
The kids are alright. Brief article 194
The paper chase: dozens of progressive institutions are clamoring to put their agendas on Obama's desk. Will the incoming president actually read them? Olopade, Dayo Viewpoint essay 3590
The realignment opportunity. Starr, Paul 783
Thinking big, valuing the priceless. Agardy, Tundi Viewpoint essay 598
Toward a sea ethic: expanding our idea of community is a first step to restoring the seas around us. Safina, Carl Viewpoint essay 1911
View from the boat. Terrel, Paula 616

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