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Shift to cultural parks despite thin funding stirs crisis

Although most people associate national parks with preserving natural wonders, roughly two-thirds protect historical or cultural resources. Similar parks continue to be created, stretching the National Park Service's budget and employees thin. The agency faces mounting criticism that the resources under its care are deteriorating from age, wear and tear, and, in some cases, outright neglect.

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