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Environmentalists look back on Theodore Roosevelt, Nixon with nostalgia

Environmentalists may find little common ground with today's Republican Party, but they have no problem with the GOP of yesteryear. In fact, the leaders of influential national environmental groups in a recent poll chose Republican Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Richard Nixon as the "greenest" presidents ever, followed by Democrat Jimmy Carter. The ranking released yesterday by the Toronto-based Corporate Knights magazine asked the heads of 12 major environmental organizations to nominate up to three past presidents they believe did the most for environmental preservation during their presidencies.

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