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Environmental Deceptions: The Tension Between Liberalism and Environmental Policymaking in the United States

Environmental Deceptions: The Tension Between Liberalism and Environmental Policymaking in the United States
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  • Environmental Deceptions: The Tension Between Liberalism and Environmental Policymaking in the United States ISBN: 9780791422649 Paperback Dec 1994 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Environmental Deceptions: The Tension Between Liberalism and Environmental Policymaking in the United States ISBN: 9780791422632 Hardback Jan 1995 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Explores the tensions between American political culture, which is predicated on self interest, and environmental regulation, which restricts individual property rights.

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