'The Greening of the Summit'

Your editorial called for full credit to be given to President Bush and his six colleagues for charting a bold new environmental course. Yet the analysis fails to correctly measure the impact of the rise of the Euro-Greens and the resulting pressure on national governments.

The Green Party first articulated the idea that sound ecology is not a technical problem but rather a political problem to be solved in the rough and tumble of electoral politics. President Bush should be encouraged to continue such outstanding leadership efforts, but The Times should not be blind to the intellectual imprint that Green Party policies have left on our times.

RANDALL TOLER

Chairman

Green Party, USA

Fullerton

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