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Main Title Hoover, conservation, and consumerism : engineering the good life /
Author Clements, Kendrick A.,
Publisher University Press of Kansas,
Year Published 2000
OCLC Number 43657020
ISBN 0700610332; 9780700610334
Subjects Consumption (Economics)--Moral and ethical aspects--United States. ; Conservation of natural resources--United States. ; Environmental economics--United States. ; Environmental policy--United States. ; Milieubeleid. ; Consumptiemaatschappij. ; Wirtschaft. ; Umweltpolitik. ; USA. ; (DE-601)104609753--(DE-588)4075236-7--Natèurliche Ressourcen ; (DE-601)106077090--(DE-588)4078523-3--Umweltpolitik ; 1.1\x--Umweltpolitik--(DE-601)091396093--(DE-STW)15768-5 ; 1.2\x--Naturschutz--(DE-601)09137961X--(DE-STW)15746-1 ; 1.3\x--Umweltschutz--(DE-601)091396123--(DE-STW)15770-4 ; 1.4\x--Umweltèokonomik--(DE-601)091396050--(DE-STW)15767-0 ; 1.5\x--Geschichte--(DE-601)09136311X--(DE-STW)15690-2 ; 1.6\x--USA--(DE-601)091396867--(DE-STW)17829-1 ; (DE-601)106076612--(DE-588)4078704-7--USA
Additional Subjects Hoover, Herbert,--1874-1964. ; Hoover, Herbert Clark. ; Hoover, Herbert,--1874-1964.
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ELBM  HC110.C6C53 2000 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 12/09/2013
Collation xiii, 332 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [299]-319) and index.
Contents Notes
"Kendrick Clements illuminates the influence of Hoover's broadly conceived ideas about conservation on almost every economic policy of the Republican era, from expansion of the National Park system to efforts to eliminate radical swings of the business cycle." "To some extent Hoover's policies anticipated directions that would be pursued by modern environmentalists. The National Conference on Outdoor Recreation brought together wilderness advocates and urban planners, and passage of the first federal law to limit oil pollution in navigable waters marked the beginning of an ongoing effort to control the effects of industrialization on the environment. Hoover's advocacy of pleasant, affordable housing introduced the idea that our everyday environment is the starting point for environmental concerns."--Jacket.