No Atonement for Arcadia

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No Atonement for Arcadia
In literature, Arcadia refers to an unspoiled wilderness. The mountains and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains are seen by many as a natural paradise, while others call them home. For mining companies, these mountains are a source of low sulfur coal, and the companies are willing to level the mountains to obtain their treasure. Read here for more about the irreversible damage done by mountain top removal.

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