Public Power, Private Dams

Public Power, Private Dams

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In the years following World War II, the worlda€™s biggest dam was almost built in Hells Canyon on the Snake River in Idaho. Karl Boyd Brooks tells the story of the dam controversy, which became a referendum not only on public-power expansion but also on the environmental implications of the New Deala€™s natural resources and economic policy.McKernan, Donald L. a€œFisheries Problems Arising from the Construction of Ice Harbor Dam. ... Columbia River Power for the People: A History of the Policies of the Bonneville Power Administration. Portland: ... Idaho Blue Book: 1995a€“1996.

Title:Public Power, Private Dams
Author:Karl Boyd Brooks
Publisher:University of Washington Press - 2009-12-15


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