eBooks are also available - visit www.greyhouse.com for more information (800) 562-2139 www.greyhouse.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! 15 “...a valuable source for upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.” –CHOICE “Anyone concerned with the future, especially policy makers and environmental studies students, will find this book a valuable resource and reference.” –ARBA “An engaging tool that would be useful in high school, public, and academic libraries looking for an overview of the political history of women in the US.” –Booklist “A well-researched, skillfully organized reference on American women’s influence on public life. Recommend for all public and academic libraries.” –Library Journal This new edition is a comprehensive overview of the policy debates surrounding U.S. public lands and the natural resources they contain. This volume traces the origin and evolution of policy, explores the natural resources and land policy regulations and deregulations in the current Trump administration, and debates the future direction of land and natural resources policy. Highlights of this new third edition include: • Individual chapters examine the Politics of Public Lands, the tension between Preservation and Consumptive Use, the History & Evolution of Public Lands, Major Provisions of Federal Public Lands and Natural Resource Laws, thoughtful coverage of the Key Issues, including Endangered Species, Forests, Grazing, Mining, Water, Parks & Wilderness and the Ongoing Debate about Public Lands and Natural Resources; • An expanded Primary Documents section provides an exploration of more than 30 sources, including current articles, debates and historical court cases. A detailed introduction precedes each document, to provide a context for analysis and will aid readers to better understand the various stands taken in debates over how, why, and if our public lands need to be protected; • National & State Data, Maps & Rankings provides detailed statistical data including land designations, land use, natural resources, national parks & landmarks. State by state Energy Summaries and Maps provide the reader with additional background information; • Policy Contacts & Industry Resources highlights data on the Department of the Interior with a helpful Organizational Chart along with detailed profiles of important DOI agencies and their regional offices. Plus, an Industry Resources section provides over 1,300 profiles of associations, publications, databases and trade shows to allow the reader to further research the issues of land use, natural resources and conservation; and • An Historical Timeline allows the reader to view important land and natural resources policy changes and events, in chronological order, from 1787 to 2018. Appendix of US Land Acts & Laws, Glossary, Comprehensive Bibliography and Cumulative Index complete the text. This resource will be an important tool for policymakers, environmental studies students, and anyone concerned with the future of our public lands and natural resources.A must-have source for all university and public library reference collections. This dynamic two-volume resource explores American women’s path to political power and social equality from the struggle for the right to vote and the abolition of slavery, to the first African American woman in the U.S. Senate and beyond. Highlights from this third edition include: • Over 900 in-depth Biographies cover politicians, journalists, lawyers, activists and campaigners • Additional entries cover Court Cases, Organizations, Movements and Social Issues • Primary Documents, Facts & Statistics, an Historical Timeline and Bibliography to guides future research With an emphasis on modern pioneers from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds From Suffrage to the Senate covers the individuals, organizations, movements, legislative victories, and court cases that have changed the face of American politics. This resource will be a must-purchase for women’s studies departments, high schools and public libraries and will be a handy resource for those researching the key players in women’s politics, past and present. Third Edition | March 2013 | Two Volumes, 800 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-61925-010-9 | $255 Includes Free Online Access to individual PDFs on the Grey House Online platform, plus a link to this content can be added to your Salem Press landing page Third Edition | July 2018 | 800 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-68217-729-7 | $165 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press Platform U.S. Land & Natural Resources Policy History | Debates | On-Going Issues | Primary Documents From Suffrage to the Senate America’s Political Women: An Encyclopedia of Leaders, Causes & Issues EDITION THIRD EDITION THIRD EDITION