Case Study: Georgia Vs. Tennessee

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employed. Control it through technology by reducing the smoke while allowing the industry to prosper. (116-117). III. Did you feel the decision makers acted ethically? I do believe that the decision makers (the courts) acted fairly. Taking into consideration that this was the first case of its kind many issues had to be addressed and all level from both the State of Georgia and the Copper Companies. It is also noted that there were no environmental laws nor environmental bureaucracy at this time. Georgia vs. Tennessee remains potent as a legal precedent. (251-252)
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