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George Bush and the Environment

September 16, 1988

Now that George Bush has emerged from the closet and revealed himself as an environmentalist sympathizer ("Bush Vows 'Zero Tolerance' of Environmental Polluters," Part I, Sept. 1), possibly he will now explain to us naive voters why it is that for the past eight years he so slavishly endorsed the environmentally disastrous policies of the most anti-environment President in this century, Ronald Reagan.

George's 180-degree turn on this critical issue seems about as believable and sincere as a pronouncement from PLO leader Yasser Arafat that he is really a Zionist at heart.

ROBERT S. COUGHLIN

Rancho Palos Verdes

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