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A Glimpse of the Past- A Vision for the Future: Senator Henry M. Jackson and National Land Use Legislation

Summary

Daly begins this article by discussing Senator Jackson and his efforts to increase awareness of the need to better manage the nation’s land.  However, his efforts were defeated when the House of Representatives refused to approve certain land use legislation that had been overwhelmingly supported by the senate.  Senator Jackson had the general belief that the best things for land use reform is the cooperation by federal, state and local governments, to act in a mutually beneficial way concerning land use legislation.

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A GLIMPSE OF THE PAST -

A VISION FOR THE FUTURE:

Senator Henry M. Jackson and National Land Use Legislation

by

Jayne E. Daly

Introduction

For four years, from 1970 until 1974, Senator Henry M. Jackson challenged the Congress and people of the United States to come to terms with the urgent need to better manage this nation's greatest resource - its land.  During that time, he proposed three major pieces of federal legislation, in an attempt to create a framework for national land use planning. For Jackson and many others, intelligent land use planning was the central principal around which many competing interests could

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