Legislating for the wilderness: RARE II and the California national forests
This text reviews the political nature of the wilderness allocation process. It focuses on the viewpoints of the U.S. Forest Service, the State of California, and environmental groups.
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WILDERNESS AND THE QUESTION OF ITS VALUE
THE PROBLEMS OF MULTIPLEUSE POLICY
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