A Conspiracy of Optimism: Management of the National Forests since World War Two

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Index
Adams, Kramer, 167-68
Adams, Sherman, 106
AFSEEE. See Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics
Agriculture, Department Of, 5, 31, 33-34, 76, 106-7, 126, 154. See Forest Service
Aiken, George, grazing bill, 174-75
Alaska National Interest Lands and Conservation Act 91
Alexander, Thomas, 136-37
Allott, Gordon, 230
allowable cut. See timber, allowable cuts of
American Automobile Association, 153
American Forest Congress, of 1946, 58; of 1953, 17, 19, 121, 127-29
American Forest Products Industries, 17, 167-68
American Forestry Association (American Forests), XXV, 25, 127, 217, 256; on D'Ewart grazing bill, 126; on funds ear- marked for recreation, 154. on multiple use bills, 174. on national forest land acquisition/dispoul. 123-25; 1946 national timber assessment by, 53-55; relations with Forest Service, 53-54; relations with Forest industry, 53-55, 119-21, 123-24. See also American Forest Congress
American National Cattleman's Association, 154
Anderson, Clinton, 74, 94-97, 159, 165, 204
Anderson-Mansfield Reforestation Act of 1960, 236
Anderson-Mansfield Reforestation and Revegetation Act of 1949, 94-97, 118
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest A Z, 273, 297
Appalachian Muontain Club, 153
Areas of Agreement Committee, 256-60, 262-63
Aspinall, Wayne, 230
Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (AFSEEE), xli. xlvii, 22, 283, 285, 376 n.59
Aston, E. R., 120
Aucoin, Les, 272
Audubon Society, 217, 262
Baker, Howard, 152-56, 159
Barker. Elliot, 174-76
Barnett, Steele. 178-80
Barrett, Frank. 70-74, 174
Barry, Robert, 190

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