Monthly Planet, Volume 5, Number 2, February 1984
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Vol. 5, Issue 2
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Assistant Editors: Steve Manthe, Laurie Stephan; Counsulting Editor: Karen McCrackin; Arts Editor and Design: Bob Bertoldi: Artists: Bob Bertoldi, Deanna Hofmann, Nancy Ryan; Advertising Manager: Marc Ravaris; Writers: Christine Banko, Douglas Dobyns, Roy Fore, Mark Gunlogson, John Kohl,Steve Manthe, Doug Price, Marc Ravaris, Laurie Stephan, Kristin Swenddal, Rob Van Orsow
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Table of Contents
Glow on Columbia Glow On: Radioactive Politics at Hanford by Roy Fore
Bellingham Buys Stanford Vision?: Institute Suggests Changes in Local Economy by Doug Price
Opinion Split on Gorge Land Use by Laurie Stephan
Fill-In Plans Leave Out Public by Christine Banko
Recyclers Adjust to GP Closure by Rob Van Orsow
“Roundup” in Alger Turns into Shootout with DNR by Anne Lorgen
What is “Roundup”? by Mason Hewitt
Ruckelhaus Give New Life to EPA: But has “Reaganmortus” Set In? by Roy Fore
Green Party Sprouts in BC by Douglas Dobyns
Those with Dough Eat the Bread by Kristin Swenddal
Big Brother or Social Renewal? Society on the Brink by Dave McFadden
Book Report: Brave New World by Aldous Huxley by Mark Gunlogson
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Toteff, Sally and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "Monthly Planet, 1984, February" (1984). The Planet. 120.
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