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Argument: A carbon tax helps symbolize political will to fight global warming

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==Parent debates== ==Parent debates==
*[[Debate:Carbon tax]] *[[Debate:Carbon tax]]
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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.commondreams.org/views06/1223-25.htm Katherine Ellison. "Global Warming-era Parenthood". Los Angeles Times. 23 Dec. 2006]: "What our kids need to know most is that adults are acting like grown-ups… If we want to show our kids we mean business about global warming, let’s start by ponying up for a carbon tax. Let our children watch us demand this from Washington with the courage and force of the civil rights movement." [http://www.commondreams.org/views06/1223-25.htm Katherine Ellison. "Global Warming-era Parenthood". Los Angeles Times. 23 Dec. 2006]: "What our kids need to know most is that adults are acting like grown-ups… If we want to show our kids we mean business about global warming, let’s start by ponying up for a carbon tax. Let our children watch us demand this from Washington with the courage and force of the civil rights movement."

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Katherine Ellison. "Global Warming-era Parenthood". Los Angeles Times. 23 Dec. 2006: "What our kids need to know most is that adults are acting like grown-ups… If we want to show our kids we mean business about global warming, let’s start by ponying up for a carbon tax. Let our children watch us demand this from Washington with the courage and force of the civil rights movement."

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