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Dec 15, 2012


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Slate article is interesting.

But the schism is not really new. There are probably different twists but John Muir and Gifford Pinchot ended a friendship circa 1900 with a similar conflict.

Imagine that both the "traditionalists" and the "pragmatists" have an appreciation for Muir. But I'll also hunch that Muir is more of a current hero and role model for the "traditionalists".

Michael W. Kruse

I suspect you're right.

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