Private Rights & Public Lands
Phillip N. Truluck
Heritage Foundation, 1983 - Environmental policy - 95 pages
This text focuses on governmental natural resource and land use policy in the areas of agriculture, energy, forestry, mining, and water. The authors argue that this policy has failed and outlines the need for new ways to encourage the privatization of policy reforms. The contents of the book include the philosophical and constitutional case, the bureaucracy verses the land, the federal estate, and recommendations for policy reform.
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