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In the spring of 1998, for example, the Sierra Club was subject to a
heated internal debate and held a referendum on whether the club should identify immigration as a partial cause of U. S. overpopulation and seek to limit it.
By a 3-to-2 margin, Sierra Club members voted to reject any official position on
immigration. Club president Adam Werbach threatened to resign if the action
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