The Snail Darter, The Tellico Dam, and Sustainable Democracy Lessons for the Next President From a Classic Environmental Law Controversy
AbstractThis presentation was the product of an invitation to speak at a symposium for students and faculty from a variety of different non-law departments at the University of Tennessee, where in 1973 I had started what became a six-year legal campaign to divert the Tennessee Valley Authority from impounding the last flowing 33 miles of the Little Tennessee River behind TVA's Tellico Dam.
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