5 edition of Rethinking the federal lands found in the catalog.
|Statement||Sterling Brubaker, editor.|
|Contributions||Brubaker, Sterling., Resources for the Future.|
|LC Classifications||HD216 .R48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|ISBN 10||0915707004, 0915707012|
|LC Control Number||83043261|
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Federal lands are lands in the United States owned by the citizens of the United States. They are held in public trust and managed by the federal nt to the Property Clause of the United States Constitution (Article Four, section 3, clause 2), the Congress has the power to retain, buy, sell, and regulate federal lands, such as by limiting cattle grazing on them. The keynote speaker Richard Rothstein discussed his critically acclaimed book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, which analyzes how local, state, and federal government policies intentionally promoted and enforced residential racial segregation that endures in our social fabric and consequently impact our communities today.
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Originally published inin the midst of the Reagan era, Rethinking the Federal Lands examines why the U.S. has retained federal lands and questions how ownership affects the management of federal lands and the total benefits society derives from them.
This title is ideal for students interested in environmental studies and policy : Hardcover. Originally published inin the midst of the Reagan era, Rethinking the Federal Lands examines why the U.S.
has retained federal lands and questions how ownership affects the management of federal lands and the total benefits society derives from them.
This title is ideal for students interested in environmental studies and policy making. The federal government is by far the largest landowner in the United States. It is somewhat of an anomaly for the federal government to hold vast acreages of Skip to main contentCited by: 3. Rethinking the Federal Lands by Sterling Brubaker (Editor) - Alibris Buy Rethinking the Federal Lands by Sterling Brubaker (Editor) online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 4 editions - starting at $ Marion Clawson, who has been active as either an analyst or administrator of federal lands for nearly fifty years, undertook a reconsideration of the federal lands.
His book, The Federal Lands Revisited, which was funded in part by the Richard King Mellon and the Weyerhaeuser Company foundations and published by Resources for the Future in the fall of. The federal lands: Why we kept them-how we use them --The federal lands-why we retained them / Paul W.
Gates --Why have we retained the federal lands. An alternative hypothesis / Barney Dowdle --The federal lands today-uses and limits / Perry R.
Hagenstein --Uses and limits of the federal lands today-who cares and how should the current law. Rethinking the federal lands Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Language English. Based on papers and discussion from a workshop held in Portland, Or., Sept.
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3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Rethinking the Economics of Land and by: Free Online Library: Rethinking the federal eminent domain power.(II. The History of Federal Takings F. The Growth of Modern Doctrine through Conclusion, with footnotes, p.
) by "Yale Law Journal"; Eminent domain (Law) Analysis Laws, regulations and rules Political aspects Federal jurisdiction Implied powers (Constitutional law) Property rights Right of property. Cawley weaves a wide variety of federal land policy issues into the text, including battles over wilderness, grazing, mechanized recreation, and various proposed water, energy, and defense projects.
Those who wish to learn more about the forces that drive current events in the public land policy arena, will find this book essential reading.”.
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Today's urban riverfronts are changing. The decline of river commerce and riversideindustry has made riverfront land once used for warehouses, factories, and loading docks availablefor open space, parks, housing, and nonindustrial uses. Urban rivers, which once functioned as opensewers for cities, are now seen as part of larger watershed ecosystems.5/5(1).
The book deftly weaves together the diverse ideas, forces, and initiatives that brought about this controversial paradigm shift in federal natural resource management, while also critically examining key successes and failures in this new world of public land policy.”.
Rethinking the American Dream of life attractive and magnetic to people in other lands. and the Federal Communications Commission were utterly comfortable with setting a Author: David Kamp. Articles & Book Chapters by an authorized administrator of Osgoode Digital Commons.
Recommended Citation McNeil, Kent. "Aboriginal Title and the Division of Powers: Rethinking Federal and Provincial Jurisdiction."Saskatchewan Law Review ():. Panelists talked about federal land management in western states, the operational legal theories, and the possibility of transferring control of those lands to the states.The debate over whether these lands should be turned over to state and local governments isn't unique to Oregon.
But it is somewhat unique to the West. East of the Mississippi, the federal Author: Elizabeth Hagedorn. Rethinking the Social Sciences with Sam Moyo. Edited by Praveen Jha, Paris Yeros, and Walter Chambati. Tulika Books.