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Final exam review mirror of America- The wilderness act took 20 years of lobbying to get the act passed. There was a big compromise; that all would be set aside in the 1964 Act would be lands that came out of our national parks and monuments, national forests, or national wildlife refuges. These were very valuable lands and had a large desire by the public to have the lands be valued. The BLM (bureau of land management came out of the second agreement and excluded BLM). Aldo Leopold, he was a forester in the Gila National forest and proposed it as the first primitive area. He wrote the sand county almanac. Bob Marshall was a socalist and believed that all forested land should be the property of all the people. He was a climber and a counter. Howard Zianizer was a burocrat, a pit-bull, a lobbyist; he got the wilderness act through congress and died a month before it was passed. The last story in mirror of America dealt with echo canyon. David Harmon the author was saying that there was a damn to be built and was stopped. It was the coming of age Dinosaur
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