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The definitive history of water resources in the American West, and a very illuminating lesson in the political economy of limited resources anywhere. Highly recommended!
A revealing, absorbing, often amusing, and alarming report. -- The New York Times Book Review
Reisner captures Western water history in Cinemascope and Technicolor. Cadillac Desert is timely and of national importance. Hurry up and read this book. -- The Washington Post
Amazing, great writing with a bit if levity thrown around for good measure. A MUST read!Published 13 days ago by Oregon sipper
A must read for anyone interested in our water and how our government controls it!Published 18 days ago by P. Messineo
Great read for anyone interested in the story of water in the west. Nice companion book to Stegner's "Beyond the Hundredth..."Published 27 days ago by John Hargett
Loved this book. A must read for anyone at concerned about water in America.Published 29 days ago by Paul Bartolini
I understand it has a certain subjective slant, but the details in the book make the case how broken public works can be in the hands of Congress or government in general. Read morePublished 1 month ago by anonymous