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I’m Glad The New Republic Is Finally Getting with the Program


Uber-smart TNR writer William Galston accepts that the political prospects of cap-and-trade are dim because of two key factors: (1) the public doesn’t want to pay for it (intelligently, in my view), and (2) people who vote for senators and congressmen in the industrial Midwest really don’t want to pay for it. I agree. Entirely.


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