Talk:National Historic Preservation Act of 1966
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"Preservation efforts produce the most number of jobs in the nation’s economy.33"
The above statement is clearly indefensible if compared to defense, finance, food service or other sectors. I recommend revising it to something more precise and less exaggerated.
Hi, I am researching and writing a paper assignment on the subject for the Savannah College of Art and Design Historic Preservation Department. We are to write a paper and then post it on Wikipedia. We have been given the assignment to update and rewrite information on this topic. Just wanted to let you know of our project.
Thank you, Volleyball_coach08
Here is the link that describes our assignment: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:School_and_university_projects#Savannah_College_of_Art_and_Design_.28Spring_2008.29_.28Ongoing.29
Making use of the recently provided material
The history section does not speak to NHPA in particular; the background is very useful but should probably be summarized here and then moved to a new "Historic Preservation in the United States" article, which obviously needs to discuss NHPA among other things. Deh (talk) 01:23, 2 June 2008 (UTC)
Legal citation move
So, the entire law was moved to Title 54USC. I'm not sure the standard infobox even makes sense anymore as it doesn't some to allow for this moving of laws. What exactly is amended and created by a law when it's moved to a whole new title 50 years after the fact? Also, I couldn't even figure how to change the those sections in the infobox, as Title 54 doesn't seem to correspond to the standard layout. Wistungsten (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 19:12, 14 June 2016 (UTC)