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From the Publisher'Evinces a deep grasp of the legal and philosophical issues . . . and offers a nice conceptual framework within which the discussion of property arrangements and public policy is grounded.'
Daniel W. Bromley, University of Wisconsin-Madison
'[This book demonstrates] how well-accepted principles of fairness and distributive justice have guided politicians in allocating private rights to public resources newly created by market-based programs. . . . An excellent book for classroom use and professional development.'