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That support did not last long, however, as members soon learned that the 1980 election results included no public mandate to turn back the clock on environmental protection (Vig and Kraft 2000). Political reaction to the Reagan administration’s clumsy deregulatory efforts effectively derailed environmental policy reform efforts for much of the rest of the decade. It even hindered consideration of more moderate proposals supported by economists and other analysts in such policy research institutions as Resources for the Future and the Urban Institute (National Academy of Public Administration, 1995; Portney and Stavins 2000).
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