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This presentation uses one of our National Parks and the specific issues noted in publisher's summary as a microcosm of controversies and policymaking issues within the NPS. This premise allows for a clear focus, rather than a muddle of multiplicity. As a government agency, policies are primarily part of a political agenda, and park superintendents have less influence in the decisionmaking process. Detailed studies into the specific controversies listed and the eventual outcomes are well presented in this piece, and reflect the US political climate.
Narrator Jack presents the material with the clear, well defined speech and tonality characteristic of the successful lecturer.
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I received this audio book in exchange for a honest and unbiased review. This book is about Yellowstone National Park. Here they talk about Yellowstone's history, present and future. What politics have to do with the park and effects politics has on it. They discuss the animals that live there and how laws have changed overtime to make this wonderland the wonder that it is now. There is so much information in this book that I found it to be truly educational!
The author, Michael J Yochim did a great job in his research about the park. He didn't leave a stone upturned or a buffalo left to roam. The information in this book is priceless and would be a great book to add to High Schools. The narrator, Jack Chekijian did a great job reading this book to us flawlessly and in such a way to keep us interested! Great job!
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