Tag: National Policy Analysis #544

Invasive Species: Animal, Vegetable or Political? by Dana Joel Gattuso

"These are like something from a bad, horror movie." -Former U.S. Secretary of Interior Gail Norton, Time for Kids, October 2002 What do mute swans, kudzu, red clover, pigs, and starlings have in common?  Not much, except that they are ...
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