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Starting from it, many within both the natural resource management professions and the environmental movement began a gradual return, still far from complete, toward the integrated understanding that Leopold and others had first tried to articulate 30 years before. If the years 1945–1965 were characterized by increasing specialization, the remainder of the 1960s and 1970s saw the increasing acceptance of environmental values and goals within the conservation professions and within society at large.
Island Press. Helpful summaries of this period include Stegner, W. 1992. A capsule history of conservation. In Where the bluebird sings to the lemonade springs: living and writing in the West, 117–132. New York: Random House; Mumford, L. 1955. The renewal of the landscape. In The brown decades: a study of the arts in America, 1865–1895, 57–106. ; and Runte, A. 1991. Public lands, public heritage, and the National Forest idea. Niwot, Colorado: Roberts Rinehart Publishers. 1 THE OLDEST TASK IN HUMAN HISTORY 33 10.
29. See Nash, R. 1982. Wilderness and the American mind, 191. 3rd ed. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press. 30. Pinchot, 509 (8). 31. Flader and Callicott, 266–67 (2). The original address, “A biotic view of land,” was published in the September 1939 issue of the Journal of Forestry. 32. B. Conservation ethics and fishery management. Fisheries 16(2):22–28. 33. Flader and Callicott, 188 (2). 34. Flader and Callicott, 288 (2). See Meine, C. 1992. The utility of preservation and the preservation of utility: Leopold’s fine line.