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February 6, 2014 1:14 PM

Victor Davis Hanson: Wages for nature's drought, human folly coming due

Despite recent sporadic rain, California is still in the worst extended drought in its brief recorded history. If more storms do not arrive, the old canard that California could withstand two droughts – but never three – will be tested for the first time in memory.

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