Federal Lands Policy

Federal Lands Policy

Federal Lands Policy

Federal Lands Policy

Synopsis

Preface Introduction: Public Land Policy by Phillip O. Foss Part 1. Ideological Impacts on Policy Outputs Toward an Ideological Synthesis in Public Land Policy: The New Resource Economics by John Baden and Andrew Dana Federal Land Policy: The Conservative Challenge and Environmentalist Response by R. McGreggor Cawley and William Chaloupka Ideology and the Politics of Public Lands by Richard Ganzel Part 2. The Public Lands Subgovernments Multiple Use in the Bureau of Land Management: The Biases of Pluralism Revisited by Richard O. Miller Public Lands Institutions and Their Discontents by John G. Francis Interstate Bargaining over Revenue Sharing and Payments in Lieu of Taxes: Federalism as if States Mattered by Sally K. Fairfax Heading 'Em Off at the Pass: MX and the Public Lands Subgovernment by Paul J. Culhane Part 3. The Politics of Wilderness Preservation Wilderness Protection at What Price? by Charles Davis and Sandra Davis Wilderness Protection as a Bureaucratic Tool by Craig W. Allin Part 4. Public Land Management for the Future Deregulation and Federal Land Management in the 1980s: Inducing Atrophy in Bureaucracy by Michael S. Hamilton The Future of Federal Forest Management: Options for Use of Market Methods by Robert H. Nelson The Polemics and Politics of Federal Land Management by R.W. Behan Bibliography Index
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