Public Lands Politics: Interest Group Influence on the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management

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Index
Abbey, Edward, 6
Access. See also Interest groups.
indicator, 374-375
Adjudication. See Range
administrator.
attitudes of, 359
budgets, 146-147
decision-making role, 135
discretion of, 18-19
influence of, 308
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act ( 1971), 96-97
Alaska Purchase ( 1867), 43
Alaska Statehood Act ( 1959), 96
Allowable cut, 11, 72n, 112, 266, 273, 293, 303, 339
Allowable sale quantity. See Allowable cut.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 5, 45
American Forestry Association, 45
American Horse Protection Association, 168
American National Livestock Association, 88
American Society for Public Administration, 343n
AMPs. See Grazing allotment.
Anderson, James, 207n
Animal protectionist groups, 168
Anticipated reactions, 279-283, 284, 290, 311
Antiquities Act ( 1906), 97
Archeologist, 172
Area manager, 109n, 146-147, 296. See also Bureau of Land Management; District manager; Rangers.
assignments, 309
background, 147-154
contacts, 334
and decision-making, 263-264, 283
economic responsiveness, 215
employment history, 150
independence of, 268
and management plans, 266
organization-set of, 150-154, 300
politics of, 271
and public participation, 235-236
and staff assistants, 269
supervison of, 267
Army Corps of Engineers, 232, 259n, 260n, 344n
Aspen blading, 216, 231n, 271
Aspinall, Wayne, 93, 219
Attitudes, 365. See also Interest groups.
indicator, 372
about public land management, 353
unidimensional, 357-363
AUMs. See Grazing fees.
Ballinger-Pinchot affair, 46-47, 70n, 80, 86
Bankhead-Jones Act ( 1937), 48, 253, 261n
Barney, Daniel, 17-18, 57, 322
Bentley, Arthur, 22, 290, 311
Benton, Thomas, 78
Bernstein, Marver, 342n
Berry, Jerry, 25-26
Biocentrism, 7
Bitterroot National Forest ( Montana), 57
BLM. See Bureau of Land Management
Board-foot, 74n
Bolle Report, 32n, 57
Brower, David, 51
Brownlow Commission, 50
Budgetary process, and clientele support, 336
Bureaucracy, reorganization of, 70n, 86, 88, 256, 344n
Bureaucratic politics. See Group theory.
Bureau of Indian Affairs, 189-191
Bureau of Land Management. See also Area manager; District manager; Grazing allotments; Professionalism.
activity of, 30
administration, 103-104, 327-328
Alaska lands, 96
constituencies, 215, 248, 283, 292, 336
district office, 103
environmental impact statements, 102
E-U attitude scale, 328
formal organization, 97-105
formation, 88
geographic decentralization, 100
grazing advisory boards, 18, 85, 88-92, 157, 160, 197, 232, 236, 247-251, 257, 325, 329
history of, 75-97
ideologies, 20-21

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