|1. 1976 and the Machinery of American Government||1|
|A Brief Historical Sketch||4|
|A Modest Proposal for Study||9|
|The Focus on Environmental Quality||12|
|2. Environmental Quality as a Problem of Social Choice||15|
|Problems in Making Social Choices||16|
|Properties of a Social Choice Mechanism||17|
|The Present Environmental Quality Picture||19|
|Nominal Voting Power--The Shapley Value||21|
|The Basis of Representation||24|
|The Decision Rule for Legislative Bodies||27|
|Some Specific Critiques||37|
|The Potomac River Basin Commission||37|
|The San Francisco Bay Commission||45|
|The Penjerdel Air Pollution Case||51|
|Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Council||54|
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Book title: Representative Government and Environmental Management.
Contributors: Edwin T. Haefele - Author.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Place of publication: Baltimore, MD.
Publication year: 1973.
Page number: ix.
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