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A list of key readings about U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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  • Bornyasz, Linda Joy. "Politics of Enforcement at the Environmental Protection Agency." PhD dissertation University of Pennsylvania 1999. 194 pp. DAI 2000 60(12): 4581-A. DA9953509 link
  • Bryner, Gary C. (1995). Blue Skies, Green Politics: The Clean Air Act of 1990 and Its Implementation. Congressional Quarterly Books. ISBN 1-56802-134-8. 
  • Collin, Robert W. (2005). The Environmental Protection Agency: Cleaning Up America's Act. Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-33341-6. 
  • Funke, Odelia. "Struggling with Integrated Environmental Policy: the EPA Experience." Policy Studies Review 1993 12(3-4): 137-161. Issn: 0278-4416 Fulltext: Ebsco
  • Harris, Richard A. and Milkas, Sidney M. The Politics of Regulatory Change: A Tale of Two Agencies. (1989). 334 pp.
  • Harris, Richard A. and Milkas, Sidney M. (1989). "'The Politics of Regulatory Change: A Tale of Two Agencies". Political Science Quarterly 105 (1): 164-165. ISSN 0032-3195.
  • Hays, Samuel P. (1987). Beauty, Health, and Permanence: Environmental Politics in the United States, 1955-1985. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-38928-3. 
  • Hoberg, George (1992). Pluralism by Design: Environmental Policy and the American Regulatory State.. 
  • Kamieniecki, Sheldon, and Michael E. Kraft. Business and Environmental Policy: Corporate Interests in the American Political System (2007) excerpt and text search
  • Kraft, Michael E. "U.S. Environmenal Policy and Politics: from the 1960s to the 1990s." Journal of Policy History 2000 12(1): 17-42. Issn: 0898-0306 Fulltext: Project Muse
  • Kraft, Michael E. (2007). Environmental Policy and Politics, 4th Edition. Longman. ISBN 0-321-24353-6. 
  • Lacey, Michael J. (Editor) (1989). Government and Environmental Politics: Essays on Historical Developments Since World War Two. Wilson Center Press. ISBN 0-943875-15-3. 
  • Landy, Marc K., Marc J. Roberts, and Stephen R. Thomas (1994). The Environmental Protection Agency: Asking the Wrong Questions, 2nd Edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-508673-2. 
  • Lester, James P. (1995). Environmental Politics and Policy: Theories and Evidence, 2nd Edition. Duke University Press. ISBN 0-8223-1558-0. 
  • Lieber, Harvey and Rosinoff, Bruce (1975). Federalism and Clean Waters: The 1972 Water Pollution Control Act. Lexington Books. ISBN 0-669-99150-3. 
  • Marcus, Alfred A. (1980). Promise and Performance: Choosing and Implementing an Environmental Policy. Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-20707-0. 
  • O'Leary, Rosemary (1993). Environmental Change: Federal Courts and the EPA. Temple University Press. ISBN 1-56639-095-8. 
  • Paehlke, Robert C. (1989). Environmentalism and the Future of Progressive Politics. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-04826-2. 
  • Russell, Edmund P., III. "Lost among the Parts per Billion: Ecological Protection at the United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1970-1993." Environmental History 1997 2(1): 29-51. Issn: 1084-5453
  • Schoenbrod, David (2005). Saving Our Environment from Washington: How Congress Grabs Power, Shirks Responsibility, and Shortchanges the People. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-10621-1.  Argues that state and local governements should assume many of EPA's roles.
  • Whitaker, John C. (1976). Striking a Balance: Environment and Natural Resource Policy in the Nixon-Ford Years. American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. ISBN 0-8447-3226-5. 
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