Federal Land, Western Anger: The Sagebrush Rebellion and Environmental Politics
University Press of Kansas, Aug 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
An account of the Sagebrush Rebellion of the late 1970s--in which a region of fifteen states declared war on the property clause of the U.S. constitution--as a defining event in the political history of public land policy in the West. Cawley's analysis emphasizes understanding the rebels' perspective.
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