How rivers have shaped american politics economics and society from the beginnings of the republic to today in this fresh and powerful work of environmental history martin doyle explores how rivers have often been the source of arguments at the heart of the american experiment over federalism . Doyle professor of river science and policy at duke university pays tribute to americas waterways in this worthy history noting their importance to the countrys development and its basic identity. Martin doyle duke professor of river science discusses his book the source how rivers made america and america remade its rivers doyle director of the water policy program at the nicholas institute for environmental policy solutions explores how rivers have shaped american politics economics and society from the beginnings of the republic to today. In his new book the source how rivers made america and america remade its rivers author and river scientist martin doyle traces the nations complicated relationship with its waterways credit courtesy martin doyle the history of rivers in america is a story of control or at least an attempt . Luis alberto urrea talks about his new novel the house of broken angels and martin doyle discusses the source how rivers made america and america remade its rivers luis alberto urreas new novel the house of broken angels his eighth is perhaps his most personal
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