Transcript of Proceedings. 1945.


Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. Subcommittee on Public Land Policies -- Natural Resources Dept (1945 : Denver Colorado). Transcript of Proceedings.

Transcript of Proceedings. 1945.

The transcript contains information about U.S. federal public land policies in the 1940's. The paper presents a business point of view of this debate and focuses upon federal relinquishment of land.

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