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Twenty-five years ago in Marsh v. Oregon Natural Resources Defense Council, (1) the Supreme Court held that an agency must . Oregon Natural Resources Defense Council, (1) the Supreme Court held that an agency must supplement its EIS before taking federal action if it discovers new and significant information. 2) But what is significant? One might assume that it would be shocking events, like terrorism, nuclear accidents, and environmental disasters. In honor of Marshs twenty-fifth anniversary, this article takes a fresh look at this Supreme Court decision and the Federal courts' subsequent reactions to it. First, we examine what actually constitutes new and significant information under Marsh.
But for law and lawyers, for ongoing politics and policies, twenty-five years in an.6a Cohen,, Some International Law Problems of Interest to Canada an.
But for law and lawyers, for ongoing politics and policies, twenty-five years in an age of electronic communications, ballistic missile speeds, and space activities can include a planetary march of revolutionary proportions. Indeed, the rise and fall of empires now may be counted in years or decades rather than in centuries. 6a Cohen,, Some International Law Problems of Interest to Canada and Canadian Lawyers, (1955) 33 Can. Bar Rev. 389–423.
Home Browse Books Book details, Twenty-Five Years, 1892-1916. I have therefore had no doubt that this book ought to be written, and the decision to write it needs no excuse or apology. Twenty-Five Years, 1892-1916 - Vol. 1. By Viscount Grey Of Fallodon. Whether it should be published now, or reserved for a later time, is open to question. War has stirred passion, enlisted sympathies, and aroused hatreds; many of the war generation have formed opinions that nothing will modify, and are dominated by predilections or prejudices that have become an inseparable part of their lives.
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Twenty-Five Years of Brewing by George Ehret. Adopted for Conservation by. David S. Jernigan. This interesting and highly illustrated book not only tells Ehret’s story, but also provides an overview of American brewing beginning in 1635. And in case you were wondering, the name "Hell Gate" has nothing to do with demons or with Mr. Ehret’s temperament. It was named after a particularly treacherous pass in the East River near the site of the brewery. Books like this are useful to curators at the National Museum of American History for the study of American business and food history. Condition and Treatment
Twenty-five years provide a sufficient timespan on which to base a retrospective of the book and simultaneously to reflect upon the evolution of the black liberation struggle, more formally called, African American politics.