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The Federal government of the United States has, over a number of years, entered into provisional commitments with various owners and agencies in respect to areas of land in Alaska which, in aggregate, exceed the land area of the State by 22%. It is now under pressure from sundry agenciw and interest groups to bring additional areas into existing systems of conservation without due study of the problems involved. There will be a consequent lessening in the chances of the State and its Nativedoi:10.14430/arctic2842 fatcat:lt6jt7wppzgf5dnao7ecahhtrq