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Editorial: Loving the national parks to death

If America's national parks had a theme song, it might be "You Always Hurt the One You Love." These natural treasures are suffering, not from indifference or inattention, but from more visitors than ever before.

Last year the number reached nearly 331 million -- 57 million more than in 2013. Yellowstone had 4 million visitors,

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