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Review: ‘Merchants of Doubt,’ Separating Science From Spin


The New York Times calls Participant’s “Merchants of Doubt” informative and infuriating, and notes that Robert Kenner’s documentary “ought to remind us that the denial of climate change is hardly a joke." 

Review: ‘Merchants of Doubt,’ Separating Science From Spin

The New York Times  - March 5, 2015

By A.O. Scott

 

Late last month Senator James M. Inhofe, Republican of Oklahoma, brandished a snowball on the Senate floor, suggesting that the ugly winter weather afflicting the Eastern Seaboard was evidence that global warming is a hoax. This moment of political theater was widely ridiculed (by Jon Stewart and others), but “Merchants of Doubt,” Robert Kenner’s informative and infuriating new documentary, ought to remind us that the denial of climate change is hardly a joke.

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