Order Vol. 43: To Make A Better Place
For students and practitioners of environmental and natural resources law, much of our work relies upon bedrock legislation and constitutional provisions that we often take for granted. To Make a Better Place presents personal and political insights into the halcyon days when much of this law came into being in Montana.
Starting in the late 1960s, Montana entered a phase when anything seemed possible. People came together to pass some of the strongest environmental and human rights laws in the nation. Collected here, through the efforts of longtime state legislator and public servant Dorothy Bradley, are firsthand accounts written by many of the people who ushered in this era through their devotion to public service and desire to leave the world a better place.
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Missoula, MT 59812
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