The Demise of Environmentalism in American Law

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    The Demise of Environmentalism in American Law
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Michael S. Greve argues that environmental values no longer play a formative role in American law. Although ecological presumptions have some force, the author shows, the emerging legal doctrines are consistent with more efficient and sensible regulation. It would be a mistake, Greve cautions, to look to the judiciary for wholesale regulatory reform: such reform can come only from Congress. [more...]

Michael S. Greve is the executive director of the Center for Individual Rights and an adjunct scholar at AEI.

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