Wilderness: America's Living Heritage

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CONTRIBUTORS

Ansel Adams

Edmund G. Brown

Everett Carter

John Walton Caughey

Charles Connaughton

William O. Douglas

Fred Farr

David R. Forbes

Harold Gilliam

Edward Higbee

Hans Huth

Joseph Wood Krutch

Grant McConnell

Sigurd Olson

Joseph W. Penfold

Gerard Piel

John P. Saylor

Eivind Scoyen

Robert C. Stebbins

Wallace Stegner

Stewart L. Udall

Catherine Bauer Wurster

Howard Zahniser


WILDERNESS
America's Living Heritage

Edited by DAVID BROWER

SIERRA CLUB◆ SAN FRANCISCO

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Wilderness: America's Living Heritage
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xv
  • Welcome 1
  • I - Wilderness and the Molding of American Character 3
  • Wilderness and Human Rights 5
  • The Spiritual Aspects of Wilderness 16
  • Wilderness and the American Dream 26
  • From the Discussion 32
  • II - Wilderness and the American Arts 45
  • Wilderness and the American Arts 47
  • The Artist and the Ideals of Wilderness 49
  • Wilderness and Art 60
  • Human Life in the Context of Nature 67
  • Nature and the Literature of Affirmation 74
  • III - Banquet April 7, 1961 81
  • Introduction 83
  • Introduction 86
  • Conservation in the 1960s: Action or Stalemate? 91
  • IV - The Face of the Land 107
  • The Outdoors, Quality, and Isoprims 109
  • The Urban Octopus 117
  • Preventive Engineering to Save the Wilderness 123
  • From the Discussion 128
  • Introduction 143
  • Introduction 146
  • Wilderness: the Outlook from Capitol Hill 147
  • VI - Wilderness Resource: Vanishing or Perpetual? 153
  • Wilderness Forever 155
  • Conservation and Political Realism 163
  • From the Discussion 169
  • Summary of the Conference 181
  • Appendix 185
  • Biographical Notes 196
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