Exxon Subcontractor Buys Anchorage Newspaper, Endangered Woodpecker Loses Habitat to Hurricane Hugo, and More Environmental News

Exxon’s primary spill-cleanup subcontractor may be trying to influence the press—by buying it; an endangered species suffers habitat destruction from Hurricane Hugo; the Bush Administration delays acting on global warming; and American capitalism may be due for a re-evaluation. Originally published as "Sorry Times Up in Anchorage?" in the March/April 1990 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.

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