The Next Fifty Years: Optimistic or Pessimistic?
By Bruce Yandle
An informal survey of friends, family members, and acquaintances of colleagues found feelings of optimism dominating pessimism by a wide margin. While some of the optimists expressed reservations involving moral decline, the unalloyed pessimists were concerned mainly about environmental degradation and the lack of leadership for dealing with the problem.
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