Re: NANFA-- long one, hit delete if you don't care about my opinion
Sat, 16 Sep 2000 11:48:57 EDT

In a message dated 9/15/2000 11:41:08 PM, writes:

<< They're businessmen that are going to tend to
look at things in terms of profit margins, not environmental impact. >>

A prime example is the automobile industry, who said they would not be able
to survive if they had to provide expensive safety features, fuel efficiency
and emissions controls on cars and also provide high quality and reliable
cars. The public couldn't afford it, they said. Well, it hasn't turned out
that way, has it? I'm not sure the boom economy has resulted from or has
caused the success of the automobile industry in the last 20 years. Maybe
both ways.

Lee Harper

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