Delisting: Part Science, Part Fundraising

In this thoughtful essay about the modern convergence of science and politics, James Vesely wonders how scientist let themselves be added to the ranks of fundraisers in the first place, and notes that cultural pressures govern what was once a moral debate. “Adding to the allure of the fish, steelhead are often caught in the streams of Hemingway dreams, places that define fishing, even in the discomfort of a crowded riverbank. A steelhead river is to fishing what Pebble Beach is to golf.” In the Seattle Times.

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