The Environmental Mandate: Activists and the Electorate
Laura M. Lake analyzes the environmental mandate of the 1970s and argues that the recent stalemate over renewing environmental laws is due to a misperception of the nature of public support. She finds that the environmental mandate is broad and long-lived and that the environmentalist electorate contrasts sharply with the stereotype of the environmental movement.
The Politics of Energy Conservation, Pietro S. Nivola Reviewed by Laura M. Lake
Environmental Policy in the 1980s: Reagan's New Agenda, Michael E. Kraft and Norman J. Vig, eds. Reviewed by Laura M. Lake
Promise and Performance: Choosing and Implementing an Environmental Policy, Alfred A. Marcus Reviewed by Laura M. Lake
The Environmental Protection Hustle, Bernard J. Frieden ; The Context of Environmental Politics: Unfinished Business for America's Third Century, Harold Sprout and Margaret Sprout Reviewed by Laura M. Lake more by this author
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