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In this essay, Christopher Solomon discusses a Utah Congressman, who has emerged as the unlikely architect of a grand compromise, one that would involve massive horse trading to preserve millions of acres of wilderness while opening millions more to resource extraction. Is this a trick, or the best way to solve ancient disputes that too often go nowhere? How can we compromise without sacrificing the very thing we're trying to save?
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