- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
From the Publisher'Clawson, a researcher and writer on federal lands topics since 1936, attempts major reconsideration of the whole concept of public land ownership—the report succeeds in both its purpose and its message. Recommended.'
'This book chronicles the evolution of economic, social and legal problems facing planners in this area, and the thorough treatment of all these issues makes this essential reading for those seriously interested in the future of federal lands...an excellent reference for the history of the federal lands and the policies and laws governing their use...this volume is a tremendous source of information, indispensable to future researchers and policy makers in this field.'
The Southern Economic Journal