Politics Of Pollution: The Case Of Maine
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Political science, Energy, water pollution, public apathy, environment degradation, American law
This dissertation explores the issue of why severe water pollution has been long tolerated in Maine despite widespread offensive smell from open-sewer rivers, and other blatant problems.--Introduction.
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Wilson, James, "Politics Of Pollution: The Case Of Maine" (1963). Political Science - Dissertations. Paper 91.