36 Hous. L. Rev. 679 (1999)
The Legislative History of U.S. Air Pollution Control

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THE LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF
U.S. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
Arnold W. Reitze, Jr.*
Table of Contents
I.   INTRODUCTION     ..................................................................... 680
II. AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BY STATE AND LOCAL
GOVERNMENTS ..................................................................... 684
A.    1880  to  1918 ................................................................. 684
B.   Post World War IAir Pollution Control Efforts:
1920-1963 ..................................................................... 686
C.   Local Land Use Controls ............................................. 689
D.   The Role of Local Government Today .......................... 693
Ill. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FEDERAL AIR POLLUTION
PROGRAM: 1963-1970 ........................................................... 696
IV. THE CLEAN AIRACT IN THE 1970S ....................................... 702
* J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Environmental Law, The George
Washington University; Special Consulting Counsel, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene &
MacRae, L.L.P., Washington, D.C.; J.D. 1962, Rutgers University;, M.P.H. 1985, The
Johns Hopkins University;, B.A. 1960, Fairleigh Dickinson University. The author
wishes to thank Germaine Leahy, head of reference at The George Washington
University Law Library, and Winnie Hercules, legal secretary, for their assistance.
Professor J.B. Ruhl provided helpful suggestions.

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