The soot-darkened skies and fouled waters of Eastern Europe have given apologists for laissez-faire capitalism a new rallying cry: the “free market,” far from being nature’s enemy, is the environment’s savior.
Some environmentalists have argued that there is no fundamental conflict between environmental responsibility and “free market” economics. Ecology, they contend, is ultimately sound, profitable business and environmental regulation must employ ...
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