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From the Publisher'A definitive account of federal mining policy from the era of the California Gold Rush to the present. Major legislative reform is urgently needed. . . and Leshy concludes this lucid and judicious legal study with some constructive policy recommendations.'
'In this comprehensive and quite readable volume [the author] relates how, if not entirely why, the mining law became, in the words of an early critic, a perpetual motion machine seemingly designed to promote litigation, create controversy, and occasional difficulties.'
'Sufficiently technical and scholarly to be useful for lawyers and at the same time sufficiently free of jargon and clearly organized so as to be understandable to nonlawyers.'
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