"First paperback printing 2013, by Transaction Publishers." Previously published: New Brunswick, N.J. : Center for Urban Policy Research, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, c1983.
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part Part One - LEGAL THEORIES AND PROCEDURES chapter A. Legal Theories on Which Suits May Be Based chapter B. Who May Sue? chapter C Who May Be Sued-The Doctrine of Sovereign Immunity chapter D. Defenses to Environmental Law Suits chapter E. Judicial Remedies part Part Two - AIR POLLUTION chapter A. Introduction chapter B. Private Law Suits chapter D. State Regulation: State Implementation Plans chapter E. Local Regulation part Part Three - WATER POLLUTION chapter A. Introduction: Basic Concepts and Definitions chapter B. Private Rights and Remedies chapter C The Federal Clean Water Act chapter D. Federal Safe Drinking Water Act part Part Four - CONTROL OF POPULATION GROWTH AND DISTRIBUTION chapter A. Introduction: Why Is Population Growth an Environmental Issue? chapter B. Regulation of Population Growth chapter C Regulation of Population Distribution.