Bush Eyes Unprecedented Conservation Program
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This is the transcript from the radio program "All Things Considered".
The broadcast discusses the possibility of George W. Bush using the Antiquities Act to protect ocean reserves. If the idea moves ahead, environmentalists say it would be one of the most significant ctions of conservation in U.S. history. And they say it could give President Bush what you might call a historic blue legacy.
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Bush Eyes Unprecedented Conservation Program. Michelle Norris, John Nielsen. 2008 ( tDAR id: 374178) ; doi:10.6067/XCV84T6H1R
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