ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL: PRIORITIES, POLICIES AND THE LAW. By Frank B. Grad, George W. Rathijens & Albert J. Rosenthal. New York: Columbia University Press. 1971. Pp. viii, 311. $9.00.
The surge of interest in the environment has led to the publication of numerous books for conservationists, lawyers and the general public. Most legal works have been general in scope, designed to provide a background in a developing area of law for lawyers (and, occasionally, laymen) who are unacquainted with the field. This volume, comprised of three related papers dealing with federal environmental policy, is consistent with the prevailing survey approach.
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