Anti-Pipeline politics exploits people as tools. 2 of 2: @RichardAEpstein

Apr 17, 01:57 AM

Photo:Nederlands: Foto. Hoofdwaterleiding voor de hydraulische ontginning van de goudmijn "Placer L. & F. de Jong"

Date between 1880 and 1900

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Julius Eduard Muller (1846–1902) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q52234508

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Anti-Pipeline politics exploits people as tools. 2 of 2: @RichardAEpstein

https://www.forbes.com/sites/richardepstein/2019/04/08/the-indigenous-peoples-war-against-pipelines/#1215b8df3781