Margaret Thatcher - green saint
Oct 22, 2007
Bishop Hill in Greens

William Connelly observes, correctly, that in effectively destroying the coal industry, Margaret Thatcher

is responsible for any faint hopes that the UK has of meeting its Kyoto targets.

This is yet another example of how good economics can drive good environmentalism. I wonder if any of my greener readers would care to call for the environmental beatification of the Blessed Margaret. Joe? Repeat after me: "Maggie is a saint".


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