Will surely remain the best treatment of this important subject for some time to come." Western Historical Quarterly "Provides a clear and concise understanding of how water policy has been made in this century." Water Resources Bulletin "[A ] consistently high level of scholarship and careful application of contemporary public policy concepts to a significant public question." Choice "The juxtaposition of non-Indian and Indian water rights and projects is a special strength of the book, contrasting vividly the political power of the non-Indian water iron triangle with its necessary opposite, the powerlessness of the Indians." Policy Studies Journal "Will be particularly useful to readers looking into this complicated subject for the first time." Public Historian "Exceptionally insightful, remarkably well written, and full of both excellent conceptualization and rich detail." American Political Science Review
About the Author
Daniel McCool is Professor of Political Science and Director of the American West Center at the University of Utah.