Outside magazine, November 1996
Election Preview '96
And He's Tanned, Rested, and Ready
Forget Colin, Pat, and Jesse.
The big-time endorsement every politician covets this year is that of television commercial icon Iron Eyes Cody, beloved symbol of the environmental movement. So wipe that tear, O mournful one, and steel yourself, because trees and streams make for hot politics, and the candidates are coming a-calling.
The Boy Scouts Find A Compass
In the shrink-wrapped politics of the environment, it's not how far you go, but in what direction
By The Editors
The Nature of the Beast
In defense of the dandelion-pickin', tree-lovin' side of that environmental bogeyman, Bob Dole
By Brad Wetzler
Vote For Me, I'm Nut's
Perot just too stable for you? The Federal Election Commission has a couple hundred other options. Our favorite dark-horse candidates.
By Michael Kessler
Something Toxic This Way Comes
A teardrop-by-teardrop look at how close Newt Gingrich's dream legislation is to becoming law. And who, if elected, might spoil his plans.
By Lolly Merrell