the most common strategy of corporate front groups is to portray themselves
as environmentalists and the corporate views they are promoting as those
of environmentalists. In this way corporate interests appear to have
environmental support. The names of these groups are chosen because
they sound as if they are grass-roots community and environmental groups;
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