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Economists and the environmental muddle

STEVEN KELMAN

OVER the past decade, the United States has made a major commitment to improving the quality of our air and water. During this entire period, economists who think about environmental policy have, virtually without dissent, accused the government of going about the task of environmental clean-up in the wrong way.

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