Economists in the wild

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April 27, 2011
Acton Institute
by Steven F. Hayward  
Posted in Commentary

"Far from damaging brains and killing seals, applying basic economics to the environment preserves it. The industrial revolution that began about 200 years ago has changed humanity’s relation to, and attitudes about, nature completely — and sometimes it has generated new views about God and nature, such as from the Transcendentalists of the 19th century." (04/27/11)  

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