It's the West's turn to call the shots

Marston, Ed
January 2005
High Country News;1/24/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p21
Presents insights from the author on the rise of the Western region of the U.S. Views on the lack of interest of the federal government on issues concerning the Western region; Migrations to the West; Establishment of an international meeting by New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson on energy for Western Canada, Western Mexico and the Western U.S.


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