It is a high-voltage view of a state's folly, of political arrogance and bombast, as the author examines what is private property, and the efforts to redefine rights of ownership.
This is a first-rate, invaluable record of the history of groundwater in Texas. It is about those who want to control all of the state's water resources, and those who stand to lose the most, and those who are caught in between.
"Street captures the essence of our bitterly disturbing times. We are able to see with terrifying clarity the impact of too much government on property ownership rights." Rural/Urban Resources
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