Paul Milazzo is associate professor of history at Ohio University where he specializes in 20th-century U.S. history. Milazzo’s research has focused on environmental policy making in the United States Congress, and his areas of concentration include politics, political institutions, and federal policy, particularly after 1945. He has appeared on numerous television and radio broadcasts, including C-SPAN, Bloomberg Radio, and PBS. Milazzo was a fellow at the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia in 2000-01 and an Intercollegiate Studies Institute/Lehrman American Studies Center Summer Institute Fellow in 2008. Current research interests include conservative politics and economic policy, as reflected in his latest book project—a biography of Henry Hazlitt, the influential libertarian journalist.
Legislating the Solution to Pollution: Congress and the Development of Federal Water Pollution Control Policy in the United States, 1945-1975