Society for American Archaeology 16(4)

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September 1998


"In addition to the academic groups that are traditionally concerned with the epistemological and legislative controversies over the protection of endangered cultural resources, the public also is concerned about the impact of urban development on the environment and ecology. A social conscience has developed with regard to conservation, care, and protection of resources, and the effects of haphazard growth in what is already the largest city of the world."

Cuicuilco, March 1963

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