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Resource ID: #13763
Subject: Environment
Source: Register (Mobile, Ala.)
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When cotton was king, Alabama got greedy, planting and reaping until the soil was exhausted. Now, fast-dollar pulpwood trees are king in rural Alabama. There are disturbing signs that, once again, Alabama is pushing its luck. The Mobile Register explains the origins and the enormous consequences of this rush for pulp chips and quick profits. (Oct. 27, 1996)

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