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A wolf in the garden : the land rights movement and the new environmental debate

Author: Philip D Brick; R McGreggor Cawley
Publisher: Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Debates concerning the federal role in regulating industry and in managing the nation's public lands are becoming increasingly contentious.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip D Brick; R McGreggor Cawley
ISBN: 084768184X 9780847681846 0847681858 9780847681853
OCLC Number: 34115475
Description: x, 323 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Knowing the wolf, tending the garden / Philip D. Brick and R. McGreggor Cawley --
Part 1: The Land-rights--environmental debate. Overcoming ideology / Ron Arnold --
The Pristine silence of leaving it all alone / Donald Snow --
Property rights movement: how it began and where it is headed / Nancie G. Marzulla --
Environmentalism: the real movement to protect property rights / Glenn P. Sugameli --
Protecting community stability and local economies: opportunities for local government influence in federal decision- and policy-making processes / Karen Budd-Falen --
The County supremacy movement: mendacious myth marketing / Scott W. Reed --
Part 2: Analyzing the debate. Environmentlaists and the new political climate: strategies for the future / Gus diZerega --
Taking the land rights movement seriously / Kirk Emerson --
The Logic of competing information campaigns: conflict over old growth and the spotted owl / Jonathan I. Lange --
War of words / Jon Christensen. Part 3: New directions. Wising up to the wise use movement / Karl Hess, Jr. --
The Economic role of environmental quality in western public lands / Ray Rasker and Jon Roush --
Wise use movement and the national parks / John Freemuth --
End of the progressive era: toward decentralization of the federal lands / Robert H. Nelson --
Part 4: Coming back into the country. Community and the politics of place / Daniel Kemmis --
Settling America: the concept of place in environmental politics / Mark Sagoff --
Peril on common ground: the Applegate experiment / Brett KenCairn --
Tough towns: the challenge of community-based conservation / Graham Chisholm --
The Wilderness killers / Tom Wolf --
Epilogue: taming the wolf / Philip D. Brick and R. McGreggor Cawley.
Responsibility: edited by Philip D. Brick and R. McGreggor Cawley.


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