By: David Carle
Draws on oral histories, newspaper articles, and autobiographies to explore the historic changes in California, showing how imported water has shaped the pattern of population growth in the state. Also argues that it is possible to improve both the state's damaged environment and quality of life if Californians will accept limited water supplies as a fact of life in this naturally dry region.
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