|PART I. Problem and Background |
|1. Environmental Values3|
|2. Traditions of Conservation24|
|PART II. Struggles and Successes |
|3. Friends of the Wilderness43|
|4. Enemies of Disruption60|
|5. Environmental Economists75|
|PART III. Critical Issues |
|6. Varieties of Environmental Argument97|
|7. Growth and Decay119|
|8. Risk and Conservation141|
|PART IV. Emerging Priorities |
|9. The Public Good177|
|10. Environmental Ethics204|
|Epilogue: Sincerity and Authenticity232|
|Endangered Species Act Conflicts18|
|Colorado River and Snake River Basins49|
|Tocks Island Project54|
|Sources of Growth126|
|Hazardous Waste Management Facilities158|
|Nuclear Power Reactors159|
|Major Oil Spills and Blowouts162|
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Book title: American Environmentalism:Values, Tactics, Priorities.
Contributors: Joseph M. Petulla - Author.
Publisher: Texas A & M University Press.
Place of publication: College Station, TX.
Publication year: 1980.
Page number: vii.
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