What if George W. Bush wins a second term? At the time of this writing the president’s popularity is at a historic low, yet because of the stark
polarization of the nation’s voters he remains neck and neck with John Kerry. Read more...
A turn of fortunes in the war in Iraq, a few good economic reports, and
a handful of voters opting for Ralph Nader could easily lead to the reelection of the most anti-environmental president in American history. Sierra
persuaded several eminent environmental and political observers to contemplate just what a second Bush administration might hold in store. Their
predictions turn out to be pretty much
in tune with the old song: "Do you think you’ve hit bottom? Oh no. There’s a bottom below."