How should America's wilderness be managed? / Stuart A. Kallen, book editor
Book | Greenhaven Press | 2005
Available at FVTC General Collection (QH76.H69 2005)
123 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-118) and index.
America's wilderness must be carefully managed / John C. Hendee and Chad P. Dawson -- The free market can protect wilderness more effectively than government / Michael De Alessi -- Roads through the wilderness cause irreparable harm / Ayesha Ercelawn -- Roadless rules threaten the wilderness / Randal O'Toole -- The government's forest policy will prevent wildfires / George W. Bush -- The government's forest policy is destructive / Matthew Hall and Lokiko Hall -- Oil drilling will ruin the wilderness character of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge / Susan McGrath -- Oil drilling should be allowed in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge / Paul Weyrich -- The Forest Service should improve its management of the Tongass National Forest / Southeast Alaska Conservation Council -- Logging the Tongass National Forest can provide many benefits / U.S. Forest Service -- National gas drilling is damaging the Powder River Basin / Chris Smith -- National gas production should be increasted / Peggy Williams -- Off-road vehicles are degrading the wilderness / Keith Easthouse -- Off-road vehicles should be allowed to use wilderness areas / Jeff Henson -- Economic sabotage in the only way to stop the destruction of the wilderness / Earth Liberation Front -- The Earth Liberation Front engages in domestic terrorism / James F. Jarboe.
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Kallen, Stuart A., 1955-