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Title Battleground Alaska : fighting federal power in America's last wilderness / Stephen Haycox.
Imprint Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, 2016.

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 Main Stacks  JK311 .H39 2016    AVAILABLE
Description x, 262 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject States' rights (American politics)
Federal government -- United States.
Alaska -- Politics and government.
Public lands -- Alaska.
Environmental protection -- Alaska -- History.
Natural resources -- Alaska -- Management -- History.
Wildlife management -- Alaska -- History.
Environmental policy -- Alaska.
Environmental policy -- United States.
Alaska -- Environmental conditions.
Alaska -- Economic conditions.
Ecology.
Economic history.
Environmental policy.
Environmental protection.
Federal government.
Natural resources -- Management.
Politics and government.
Public lands.
States' rights (American politics)
Wildlife management.
Alaska.
United States.
Genre History.
Summary "Alaska, "the most anti-statist of the American states," has for decades provided high-profile flashpoints for battles between environmentalists and promoters of economic development. Haycox argues that Alaskans' strong anti-statist sentiments (deep distrust of and anger towards federal regulation and control) have greatly amplified and exacerbated the tensions and critical volleys fired between these long-feuding camps. A case study in federal-state relations and environmental-development conflict, his book underscores Alaska's unique and volatile place in American politics and imagination"-- Provided by publisher.