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Conservation and the Gospel of Efficiency: The Progressive Conservation Movement, 1890-1920
  • S. Hays
  • Geography, History
  • 1 July 1960
The relevance and importance of Samuel P. Hay's book, "Conservation and the Gospel of Efficiency," has only increased over time. Written almost half a century ago, it offers an invaluable history ofExpand
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A History of Environmental Politics Since 1945
Long before public life in America was enlivened with such dramatic sound bites as acid rain, global warming, rain forests and the ozone layer, Samuel P. Hays was well launched in his career ofExpand
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City At The Point: Essays on the Social History of Pittsburgh
An overview of scholarly research, both published and previously unpublished, on the history of a city that has often served as a case study for measuring social change. It synthesizes the literatureExpand
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Wars in the Woods: The Rise of Ecological Forestry in America
"Wars in the Woods" examines the conflicts that have developed over the preservation of forests in America, and how government agencies and advocacy groups have influenced the management of forestsExpand
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Beauty, Health, and Permanence: Environmental Politics in the United States, 1955-1985
Preface Introduction: Environmental Politics - the New and the Old 1. From conservation to environment 2. Variation and pattern in the environmental impulse 3. The urban environment 4. The nation'sExpand
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Beauty, Health, and Permanence: Contents
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The Response to Industrialism 1885-1914
In this new edition, Samuel P. Hays expands the scope of his pioneering account of the ways in which Americans reacted to industrialism during its early years from 1885 to 1914. Hays now deepens hisExpand
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