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The Clinton Legacy

NPR's John Nielsen reports on President Clinton's protection of huge tracts of Western land during his time in office, by invoking the sometimes controversial Antiquities Act. Clinton's designation of these lands as off-limits to development could be one of the most lasting effects of his presidency. This story is part of a week-long series on Morning Edition about the Clinton legacy.

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