The Trans-Alaska Pipeline Controversy: Technology, Conservation, and the Frontier

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Lehigh University Press, 1991 - 447 頁
In 1977 oil began to flow south from the Arctic through the controversial Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). This study considers the TAPS proposal and controversy as an extension (even a culmination) of established processes, policies, and attitudes within Alaska history, American environmental history, and the history of conservation. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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The Frontier Image and Environmental Reality 18671940
27
The Impact of War
63
Boosters and Conservationists in the Postwar Era
81
Project Chariot 19581963
111
Rampart Dam 19591967
134
Oil The Forces Gather 19661969
162
The TransAlaska Pipeline Controversy 1 19691971
175
The TransAlaska Pipeline Controversy 2 19711974
217
The Pipeline Project
251
After the Pipeline
303
Notes
324
Select Bibliography
407
Index
433
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第 34 頁 - These illustrations point to the conclusion that history cannot happen — that is, men cannot engage in purposive group behavior — without images which simultaneously express collective desires and impose coherence oh the infinitely numerous and infinitely varied data of experience.

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