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Obama leaves 'phenomenal legacy' of protecting historic and natural land
by Amanda Holpuch
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31 December 2016
On 31 December 2016 The Guardian reported:
President Barack Obama has added two more regions to the US's collection of national monuments, in a final push to protect the country's historic and natural landscapes before he leaves office. Obama has used the law more than any previous president since the Antiquities Act was enacted in 1906. The President designated large landscapes as well as places significant to landmark social movements, highlighting 'under-told parts of American history'
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