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Author Biography: Charles T. Rubin is associate professor of political science at Duquesne University.
|1||Saving Wilderness for Sacramental Use: John Muir||3|
|2||"With Utter Disregard of Pain and Woe": Theodore Roosevelt on Conservation and Nature||33|
|3||Gifford Pinchot, Founder: A New Look at Breaking New Ground||67|
|4||Aldo Leopold's Human Ecology||103|
|5||Was John Muir a Darwinian?||135|
|6||The Mystery of Nature and Culture: Ralph Waldo Emerson||159|
|7||Henry David Thoreau's Use of Nature||183|
|8||Frederick Law Olmsted: Civic Environmentalist||207|
|About the Contributors||253|
Posted January 20, 2002
Dr. Rubin demonstrates that his research topic was too much for him to handle. In the process, he demonstrates the trivial nature of his thesis. He also relied heavily on many fringe/conservative 'intellectuals' who have been discredited in academia. As a serious work of 'America-bashing,' Dr. Rubins succeeds admirably.
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