In the years following World War II, the worldas 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 Dealas natural resources and economic policy.McKernan, Donald L. aFisheries 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: 1995a1996.
|Title||:||Public Power, Private Dams|
|Author||:||Karl Boyd Brooks|
|Publisher||:||University of Washington Press - 2009-12-15|