Establishment of Environmentalism on the U.S. Political Agenda in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century: The Brothers Udall (Studies in American HiBy: Henry Sirgo (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis book explains how environmentalism was firmly established on the political agenda of the United States in the second half of the twentieth century aided and abetted by the efforts of two brothers who were public servants. Making use of the papers Stewart L. Udall and "Mo" Udall in the Morris K. Udall Archives at the University of Arizona also enabled the author of utilize the concept of the political family elucidated by Donn M. Kurtz II in Kinship & Politics (1987), in this case with the focus on two brothers, one of whom served thirty years in the U.S. House of Representatives as the direct successor of his slightly older brother who served for eight years as the Secretary of the Interior. A major feature of the volume is its employment of environmental policy papers maintained at the Edmund S. Muskie Archives at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.
About AuthorDr. Henry B. Sirgo is a Professor of Political Science at McNeese State University (Louisiana), where he has taught American Government since 1976. He is a past President of the Louisiana Political Science Association. His publications and professional presentations have covered a variety of topics, focusing lately on environmentalism and environmental policy, at both the state and national levels. Sirgo has a doctorate in American Government from Florida State University.
ContentsForeword; Preface; Part One: The Brothers Udall And Their Allies; 1. The Brothers Udall: Issue Enthusiasts; 2. The Brothers Udall: Party Enthusiasts; 3. Secretary Stewart Udall: Water Policy Decision-Making and Implementation; 4. Ed Muskie: A Friend in the Senate; 5. Jim Wright: Practitioner of Environmental and Party Politics; 6. Environmental Agenda Setting; Conclusion; Bibliography; Part Two: In Their Own Words; Oral History Interviews; Stewart L. Udall; James C. Wright; Donald E. Nicoll; Leon G. Billings; Index
- publication date: 31/08/2004
- ISBN13: 9780773463585
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 264
- ID: 9780773463585
- ISBN10: 0773463585
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