Voices and Echoes for the Environment

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Voices and Echoes for the Environment

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First Sentence When consumer activist and public interest entrepreneur Ralph Nader first arrived on the Washington political scene more than three decades ago, his vision of public interest activism was distinctly social in nature.
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Isbn10 0231113544
Isbn13 9780231113540
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Languages /languages/eng
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Number Of Pages 300
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Physical Dimensions 9.5 x 6 x 1 inches
Physical Format Hardcover
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Publish Date September 15, 1999
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Publishers Columbia University Press
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Subjects Environmentalist, conservationist & Green organizations
Political science & theory
Pressure groups & lobbying
Political Science
Politics / Current Events
Environmental Science
Public Affairs & Administration
Public Policy - General
Political Science / Government / National
Environmental Conservation & Protection - General
Citizen participation
Environmental Policy
Public interest
Societies, etc
United States
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Voices and Echoes for the Environment
Authors Ronald G. Shaiko
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Description What are the challenges facing public interest groups as a result of their transformation from the small, grassroots groups of the 1960s into the large, professionalized, multi-billion dollar industry of the '90s? How might public interest groups meet these challenges as they move into the next century? Focusing on national environmental organizations, including Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation, The Wilderness Society, and Environmental Defense Fund, Voices and Echoes for the Environment demonstrates how the demands of organizational maintenance encroach on the goal of effective policy influence.
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Page Count 300
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Published Date 1999
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Subtitle Public Interest Representation in the 1990s and Beyond
Title Voices and Echoes for the Environment

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