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&i;Breaking New Ground&o; is the best-selling 1947 autobiography of Gifford Pinchot, first chief of the forest service in Theodore Roosevelt's administration. A powerful and controversial figure, he saw the forests as a precious resource to be managed for maximum yield with minimum long-term damage. Second edition includes new introduction and 32 page photo section.