Clearing the Air: The Real Story of the War on Air Pollution

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Introduction
1.
Indur M. Goklany, "Richer Is Cleaner: Long Term Trends in Global Air Quality," in Ronald Bailey, ed., The True State of the Planet ( New York: Free Press, 1995), pp. 339-77; Indur M. Goklany, "Factors Affecting Environmental Impacts: The Effects of Technology on Long-Term Trends in Cropland, Air Pollution and Water-Related Diseases," Ambio 25 ( 1996): 497-503.
2.
Frederick W. Lipfert, "Sulfur Oxides, Particulates, and Human Mortality: Synopsis of Statistical Correlations," Journal of the Air of the Pollution Control Association 30 ( 1980): 366-71.
3.
See, for example, John P. Dwyer, "The Practice of Federalism under the Clean Air Act," Maryland Law Review 54 ( 1995): 1183-225; Robert V. Perdval, "Environmental Federalism: Historical Roots and Contemporary Models," Maryland Law Review 54 ( 1995): 1141-82.
4.
Richard B. Stewart, "Pyramids of Sacrifice? Problems of Federalism in Mandating State Implementation of National Environmental Policy," Yale Law Journal 86 ( 1977): 1196-272.
5.
Ibid.; Robert L. Rabin, "Federal Regulation in Historical Perspective," Stanford Law Review 38 ( 1986): 1189-326; Edmund S. Muskie, "Role of the Federal Government in Air Pollution Control," Arizona Law Review 10 ( 1968): 17-24.
6.
Ibid.; Stewart.
7.
Richard L. Revesz, "Rehabilitating Interstate Competition: Rethinking the 'Race to the Bottom' Rationale for Federal Environmental Regulation," New York University Law Review 67 ( December 1992): 1210-54; Henry N. Butler and Jonathan R. Macey, "Externalities and the Matching Principle: The Case for Reallocating Environmental Regulatory Authority," Yale Law Policy Review, Yale Journal on Regulation, Symposium Issue: Constructing a New Federalism: Jurisdictional Competence and Competition 14, no. 2 (Symposium) ( 1996): 23-66; David Schoenbrod, "Why States, Not EPA, Should Set Pollution Standards," Regulation 19, no. 4 ( 1996), available at http://www.cato.org/ pubs/regulation/regl9n4a.html; Stewart.
8.
Kirsten H. Engel, "State Environmental Standard Setting: Is There a 'Race' and Is It 'to the Bottom'?" Hastings Law Journal 48 ( 1997): 271-377; Joshua D. Sarnoff, "The Continuing Imperative (But Only from a National Perspective) for Federal Environmental Protection," Duke Environmental Law and Public Policy Forum, 7 ( 1997): 225-319; Gary D. Libecap, "Environmental Regulation and Federalism," Arizona Law Review 38 ( 1996): 901-7; Daniel C. Esty, "Revitalizing Environmental Federalism," Michigan Law Review 95 ( 1996): 570-653; Peter P. Swire, "The Race to Laxity and the Race to Undesirability: Explaining Failures in Competition among Jurisdictions in Environmental Law," Yale Law Policy Review, Yale Journal on Regulation, Symposium Issue: Constructing a New Federalism: Jurisdictional Competence and Competition 14, no. 2 (Symposium) ( 1996): 67-110.

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