President Richard Nixon signs far reaching anti-pollution legislation. It will require the auto industry to produce virtually emission free cars by 1976. Applauding are William Ruckelshaus (left), head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Russell Train, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality. Dec. 31, 1970. | Stock Photo #4048-9273

Stock Photo #4048-9273, President Richard Nixon signs far reaching anti-pollution legislation. It will require the auto industry to produce virtually emission free cars by 1976. Applauding are William Ruckelshaus (left), head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Russell Train, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality. Dec. 31, 1970.

Stock Photo - President Richard Nixon signs far reaching anti-pollution legislation. It will require the auto industry to produce virtually emission free cars by 1976. Applauding are William Ruckelshaus (left), head of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Russell Train, chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality. Dec. 31, 1970.
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