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Acknowledgments Prologue: Washington, December 1980 Part I. Seedtime: Alaska to the 1960s 1. The Emergence of Alaska 2. Conservation in Transition Part II. Wilderness Politics: Alaska, 1960s-1976 3. Alaska Upheavals 4. Congressional Responses 5. Southeast Alaska and the Wilderness Movement 6. Oil Age Discontents Part III. The ANILCA Campaign: Alaska and Washington, 1977-1980 7. Congress Deliberates 8. Birth of ANILCA Postscript: Alaska in the 1980s and Beyond Notes Index
Daniel Nelson is an emeritus professor of history at the University of Akron. His previous publications include Managers and Workers: Origins of the Twentieth-Century Factory System in the United States, 1880-1920 and Shifting Fortunes: The Rise and Decline of American Labor, from the 1820s to the Present.
'This detailed description of the conservation history of our 49th state provides valuable context and background. . . .Offers direct, often terse narrative that brings us right into the action and lets us share the often agonizing suspense.' Alaska Report, Sierra Club