Undue Influence: Wealthy Foundations, Grant-driven Environmental Groups, and Zealous Bureaucrats that Control Your Future

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Free Enterprise Press, 1999 - Political Science - 326 pages
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The environmental movement has become a center of money, power and politics on a campaign of rural cleansing-purging America's natural resource workers. Loggers, miners, ranchers, and farmers are despised and disposable, all because of groups claiming to protect the environment. Grant-driven environmental groups have become the pawns of wealthy foundations bent on progressive social change. Foundation bosses design environmental justice projects and find-or create-groups to do their bidding. Zealous bureaucrats bend the rules to stop logging, mining and ranching-because they obey the foundations that fund government-employee environmental groups. Undue Influence exposes the biggest deliberate program of social and economic displacement in American history. A handful of wealthy people are redesigning American politics to fulfill their vision of an environmental society that gives them all the power and leaves nothing to the average citizen. This book is based on documents leaked by concerned environmentalists.

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Contents

PROLOGUE PORTENTS
1
THE BEWILDERING ARRAYS
63
GRANTDRIVEN GREENS
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