Ronald Reagan & Public Lands (Paperback)Charles Short (author)
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In this cogent analysis of the public lands debate, Brant Short looks at the New Right's positions and the strategies for advancing them, the origins of dissatisfaction in the Sagebrush Rebellion, and the opposition that arose as a new conservation consensus was formed.
Short's approach places the contemporary conservation debate clearly within the context of environmental issues that have confronted Americans throughout our history. The perspective he offers on recurring rhetorical strategies illuminates the continuing schism over how our public lands should be used and maintained.
Publisher: Texas A & M University Press
Number of pages: 178
Weight: 413 g
Dimensions: 213 x 168 x 21 mm