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And for people hoping to embrace the "untrammeled" wilderness.
While drafting the Wilderness Act, Howard Zahniser kept thinking of Bob Marshall's description of the wild Adirondacks as "untrammeled," feeling no other word conveyed the essential idea.
But climate change does seem to be something of a game changer in that it's harder to find a place that is "untrammeled by man."
The era of untrammeled consumerism is over, and those capable of the leanest profit margins and the cleanest processes will best survive.
Nothing, except its own dangerously grandiose notion of untrammeled executive power, prevents the administration from asking Congress to write clear rules granting and outlining that authority.
Main attraction is the legendary post-punk trio Blurt, featuring the untrammeled genius of Ted Milton, a sax-swinging hobo who punches well above his weight.
An untrammeled man, he worked with constancy and diligence, following his intuition in the act of creation.
On the last expanse of untrammeled Midwestern grassland, Jones examines the interrelations of aquifers with prairie chickens and deerflies, of wild berries and nuts in the native American diet.
As Harkins demonstrates, the hillbilly is of interest because the figure has always been an ambiguous combination of admiral traits like freedom and independence with negative ones such as poverty and uncouthness, as this definition quoted from the New York Journal of 1900 illustrates: "a Hill-Billie is a free and untrammeled white citizen of Alabama, who lives in the hills, has no means to speak of, dresses as he can, talks as he pleases, drinks whiskey when he gets it, and fires off his revolver as the fancy takes him." Later elaborations will develop both sides of this picture, connecting the hillbilly to pioneer roots and pre-modern authenticity on the one hand, and to laziness, profligate and deviant sexuality, and violence on the other.
This most pragmatic of modern American presidents sensed the unworkable nature of untrammeled power, even in the hands of the only person he completely trusted--himself.
But while the exchange of ideas across national and cultural boundaries might be a utopian end were it genuinely untrammeled, there is still the language barrier to contend with.