Militarizing Environmentalism

Militarizing Environmentalism

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January 21, 2013
 

With the U.S. military consuming one million barrels of oil a day, one might be inclined to think closing foreign military bases and curtailing acts of military aggression by the Pentagon would be a climate friendly proposition. But, as Cyril Mychalejko reports, that proposition would have to confront American cultural pathologies like the fantasy of progress. In his article at Toward Freedom, Mychalejko examines the dangers of militarizing environmentalism.

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