Red and Green

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Thursday, November 01, 2007

Is there any such thing as conservative environmentalism? Newt Gingrich argues that there is in his new book The Contract with the Earth. Also, "Don’t Cry for Me, Mrs. Kirchner" – why female heads of state are becoming commonplace in Latin America; and tracking the presidential primary races in South Carolina.

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Don't Cry For Me, Mrs. Kirchner

Cristina Kirchner has been elected President of Argentina. She is the latest in a long line of strong female leaders in Latin America. Mala Htun, Associate Professor of Political Science at the New School, Alberto Vourvoulias, Executive Editor at El Diario/La Prensa, and Isabel Vergara, Professor of Spanish at George ...

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As South Carolina Goes...

Leroy Chapman, government and politics editor at The State, the largest newspaper in South Carolina, checks in on November Thursdays to talk about the presidential primary campaigns in South Carolina.

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Red and Green

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (R-GA) says environmentalism transcends the Red State/Blue State divide in his new book, written with Terry Maple, A Contract with the Earth (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007)

Newt Gingrich will be speaking with Jeffrey Sachs tonight at the ...

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