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The Politics of Conservation
NY, Pantheon, (1966). "The first political history of the conservation and development of America's natural resources," by the former Democratic Congressman from Mississippi, this book is an account of the haphazard, "pork barrel" methods behind the country's legislative conservation history. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication to a friend in Tennessee (Smith was on the Board of the TVA at this time). The recipient has written her name, address, and "Please Return!" on the front pastedown. Offsetting to endpages; near fine in a very good dust jacket. [#035032] SOLD

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