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Don Hooper

An issue that heats up the heartland

By Don Hooper
August 27, 2007

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I RODE MY bicycle through Iowa in July festooned with a "Cycling Against Global Warming" bike jersey. I was on a quest to see firsthand if global warming was ready for prime time as a presidential election issue. Heady and optimistic, I hoped America's heartland electorate was nearing the tipping point in its alarm over the catastrophic consequences of global ... (Full article: 712 words)

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