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Keystone nation: Mapping the politics of the pipeline

Dan Farber, professor of law | February 6, 2014

Looking at three maps sheds some interesting light on the the politics of the Keystone XL pipeline. The pipeline’s geography resonates in an interesting way with political and demographic geography. We can start with two maps that show the proposed route (on the left) and the dates in which counties reached their peak populations. You … Continue reading »