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Drawing the Line Between Science and Politics

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Drawing the Line Between Science and Politics

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Drawing the Line Between Science and Politics

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The Fish and Wildlife Service will review eight decisions on endangered species made under the direction of Julie MacDonald. MacDonald resigned in May amid charges that she tampered with the science behind decisions regarding the amount of protection species deserved under the Endangered Species Act.

Daniel Greenberg, science journalist; author, Science for Sale: The Perils, Rewards and Delusions of Campus Capitalism

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