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Making Environmental Law The Politics of Protecting the Earth

By: Nancy E Marion(Author)
369 pages, no illustrations
Making Environmental Law
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  • Making Environmental Law ISBN: 9780313393624 Hardback Aug 2011 In stock
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The U.S. federal government first began to consider legislation to protect the environment and natural resources in 1940s. Since that time, Congress and the president have considered and passed numerous environmental policies – laws that serve to protect the quality of the air we breathe, the water we drink, the natural beauty of the land, and the animals that live both on land and in the water. In Making Environmental Law: The Politics of Protecting the Earth, experienced and accomplished environmental law researcher Nancy E. Marion shows what policies Congress have proposed and passed to protect the environment over time. Each chapter focuses on the members of Congress' response to a different environmental concern, such as ocean dumping, pesticides, and solid waste. With "green" awareness now affecting every aspect of our modern world, this text serves as an invaluable reference for students and researchers who need a deeper historical background on the political aspects of these issues.

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Nancy E. Marion is professor of political science at the University of Akron in Ohio. Her published works include numerous books and articles on politics and crime policy, the most recent being The Public Policy of Crime and Criminal Justice.

By: Nancy E Marion(Author)
369 pages, no illustrations
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