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From the Publisher'Filled with high-quality information and thoughtful analysis, this book is a good antidote to orthodox environmental doomsdaying.'
'The whole panorama of renewable resources is so engagingly displayed that the unwary reader will be lured unresistingly into taking the broader view.... This book has much to contribute to the environmental debate. Its unbiased, well-argued assessment will, given the chance, improve the ability of all factions intelligibly to weigh the issues.'
'It was great to find a scholarly public policy book that provides facts rather than provoking a riot...gives a sense of perspective missing from many volumes.'
'Should be required reading for legislators and administrators who deal with America's resources... Through this study, one can clearly see past policies and attitudes and can appreciate that sometimes the condition and use of resources was and is really in the eye of the beholder.'
Forest and Conservation History