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Debates concerning the federal role in regulating industry and in managing the nation's public lands are becoming increasingly contentious.

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This collection of essays thoroughly discusses the controversies surrounding public land management. Leading academics and policy makers examine various uses of public lands--and the views of those who use these national resources. The articles convey the varied…

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One of the oldest policy debates in U.S. history concerns the allocation, use, and management of public lands, which currently comprise one-quarter of the United States. In this volume, Phillip O. Foss has assembled a selection of original research papers and…

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In the United States, private ownership of land is not a new idea, yet the federal government retains title to roughly a quarter of the nation's land, including national parks, forests, and wildlife refuges. Managing these properties is expensive and…

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The federal government holds a vast domain of American land. Does it hold these acres in trust for future generations and for the planet itself? Or does it hold them as a resource for economic development and growth? Indeed, should it hold them at all? These…