Environmental Policy in the Reagan Presidency
Michael E. Kraft and Norman J. Vig examine environmental policy in the Reagan presidency and argue that radical changes imposed through an administrative strategy jeopardized both the legitimacy and effectiveness of the administration's decision-making.
Before Earth Day: The Origins of American Environmental Law, 1945–1970, Karl Boyd Brooks Reviewed by Michael E. Kraft
Corporate Power and the Environment: The Political Economy of U. S. Environmental Policy, George A. Gonzalez Reviewed by Michael E. Kraft
The Regulation of Natural Gas: Policy and Politics, 1938-1978, M. Elizabeth Sanders Reviewed by Michael E. Kraft
Regulation and Planning: The Case of Environmental Politics, Guy Benveniste Reviewed by Michael E. Kraftmore by this author
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