The year it was published, Reisner's book became a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. In 1999, Cadillac Desert was placed sixty-first on the Modern Library list of the most notable nonfiction English books of the twentieth century. Reisner's book has inspired an entire generation of historians and historically aware environmental activists.
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Cadillac Desert begins with the author's description of the American West as "a civilization whose success was achieved on the pretension that natural obstacles do not exist"—or, as he calls it in the first chapter, "A Semidesert with a Desert Heart." Reisner introduces the environmentalist agenda through which he explores the history of development in the West, following its major influences individually through time rather than chronologically.
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Mulholland's DreamMulholland's Dream, the first episode in the four-part CADILLACDESERT series, tells the incredible story of how the hunt for and theexploitation of water brought the city of Los Angeles to life -- and, literally,life to Los Angeles.