Product Description Recording history as it was being made, White House photographers during Ronald Reagan's presidency took more than a million photographs and videos. In Remembering Reagan, Peter Hannaford and Charles D. Hobbs have selected the best of these to create a revealing photographic history of the Reagan presidency. From Library Journal The theme of this work seems to be common ground, the balance between people and nature; its goal is to educate lay people about conservation ethics for trees and forestland. Author Jordan and partner Donna Jordan are not writers, just two individuals with an avid interest in forest stewardship. Part 1 offers background information, Part 2 discusses forest conservation, Part 3 is a history of conservation, and Part 4 serves as a summary. There are a number of interesting tables that will make this a handy resource guide for public libraries. One of a number of current books dealing with forest conservation (Clearcut: The Tragedy of Industrial Forestry, LJ 5/1/94), this is recommended for larger environmental collections. Amy L. Paster, Pennsylvania State Univ. Lib., University Park Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.