Collected Works, Vol. 50: Engels: 1892-1895 by Karl Marx, Frederick Engels

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Citing handwritten notes taken during the conversation, McCarthy said that Deutsch called NPR “the most liberal” media outlet in the country. She said that Deutsch said his job was “to make the president look good” and that “as a White House appointee that might be Mr. Deutsch’s priority” (Revkin, January 29, 2006, A-1). Deutsch was a 24-year-old presidential appointee in the press office at NASA headquarters whose résumé said he was an intern in the “war room” of the 2004 Bush-Cheney reelection campaign and a 2003 journalism graduate of Texas A&M.

They’re making it clear that they have the authority to make this change, that the president sets the objectives for NASA, and that they prefer that NASA work on something that’s WEATHER WARS 19 not causing them a problem,” Hansen told Andrew Revkin of the New York Times (July 22, 2006, A-10). A New York Times editorial noted that: The agency has canceled a deep space observatory to monitor solar radiation, water vapor, clouds, aerosols and other things important to climate change. It has delayed a mission with Japan to measure global precipitation, decided not to pay for a mission to measure soil moisture around the world, and reduced the money available to analyze data.

The pressure was so intense that Hansen sometimes asked to testify as a private citizen rather than as a federal employee (Hansen, 1989). In the meantime, the scientific debate over global warming was intensifying. At the end of 1988, the United Nations General Assembly approved the creation of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). A year later, Hansen said that it was “time to cry wolf ”: When is the proper time to cry wolf? Must we wait until the prey, in this case the world’s environment, is mangled by the wolf’s grip?

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