The Environmental Propaganda Agency
By Craig S. Marxsen
This article appeared in the Summer 2000 issue of The Independent Review.
Seven years after the U.S. Congress ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of the Clean Air Act, the EPA submitted a report greatly exaggerating its achievements. The agencys 1999 follow-up study on air pollution continues to place bureaucratic imperatives above the search for truth.
Craig S. Marxsen is an associate professor of economics at the University of Nebraska, Kearney, and an Adjunct Fellow at the Independent Institute.
Bureaucracy and GovernmentEnergy and the EnvironmentEnvironmental Law and RegulationGovernment and Politics
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