George W. Bush discusses his boisterous days at Yale—and a memorable showdown with his father
What did I say then?
A last-gasp idea for clearing our air (4 years 24 weeks ago): The Air Company will have to pay the government a huge sum for the right to take over the air, and they will have to be very careful to protect that investment. For one thing, the Air Company is certainly not going to let their air be destroyed by exhaust and industrial omissions, otherwise they will be left with nothing to sell. The fees, therefore, for destroying the air will probably be a fair bit higher than the fees for just using it.