"An excellent text that presents a detailed and well-documented account of the political struggles to preserve American wilderness areas.... This book should appeal to a wide audience, including political and natural scientists, environmentalists, historians, and resource managers. Strongly recommended for the graduate, undergraduate, and general libraries." - Choice
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