Index
Parenthetical numerals refer to notes; for example, "75(2)" refers to note 2 on page 75.
Abbey, Edward, 75(2), 127, 170, 171, 209
accountability
by budget, 10, 188
in collective management, 10, 63, 66-69, 188-90
and property rights, 63, 173
and roles, 186-89
and self-respect, 189
see also cost shifting
acequia, 210
acreage of
BLM lands, 22(3), 44
federal lands, 3, 22(3)
land grants; see land grants
National Forests, 37
National Grasslands, 38
National Wildlife Refuges, 43
NPS lands, 41. Wilderness, 47
acreage limitations
of disposal legislation, 32, 33, 49(6), 49(13)
for federal irrigation, 34-35, 49(13), 50(28)
action
and preference, 168
self-interested, 183
selfless, 187
von Mises on, 173
wealth-increasing, 185
addiction, 167, 169
Adirondack Preserve, 205, 222(12)
advertising, 165, 172
agent, rational, 139
aggregate net benefit, 95, 136, 140
air pollution; see emission; visibility
Alaska, 6, 22(3), 22(7), 23(14), 36, 37, 43, 44, 47, 50(37), 52(59), 53(78), 54(92), 55(114), 74, 194, 198(18)
Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA)
ANWR provisions, 24(27), 53(90)
Tongass provisions, 52(59)
Wilderness provisions, 47, 55(114)
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, 22(3)
Alaska Statehood Act, 22(3), 50(37)
Albuquerque (NM), 211
All-American Man, 220
allocation
by free market, ix, 9, 17, 56, 69-71, 85-86, 111, 157, 171, 223(38)
political, viii-ix, 10, 48, 71, 112, 180-81
by willingness-to-pay, 208, 223(38)
allocations
individuation of, 82, 115-16
relative productivity of, 82
Allotment Management Plan (AMP), 62-63
Alm, Alvin, 29(87)
American Forest and Paper Association, 65, 81
American Mining Congress, 65
American Petroleum Institute, 65
Amnesty International, 174
AMP; see Allotment Management Plan
ANILCA; see Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act
animal unit month (AUM), 60
animals
good of, viii, 145, 158
and interpersonal utility comparisons, 148
livestock; see livestock
and utilitarianism, 145
wild; see wildlife
Antiquities Act, 41
anti-reflexive, 88
anti-symmetric, 88
anti-trust, 191
ANWR; see Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Appalachian Mountains, 31
Arches National Park, 170
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), 6, 24(27), 43, 178(29), 192, 194
argument from
anecdote, 20
future benefits, 110
likeness to the ideal, 110
productivity, 73
Arizona, 22(7), 24(18), 25(34), 118
Arrow, Kenneth, 79(44), 154(35)
Arrow's theorem, 79(44)
aspen, 56
AUM; see animal unit month autonomy, 134, 139, 165

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Federal Lands, Past and Present 31
  • Notes 49
  • The Case for Privatization 56
  • Notes 75
  • 4 - Productivity Standards 81
  • Notes 104
  • 5 - The Productivity of Privatization 109
  • Notes 128
  • 6 - Rationalizing Economic Values 132
  • Notes 152
  • 7 - Ethics of Privatization 156
  • Notes 176
  • 8 - Self-Interest and Collective Management 179
  • Notes 197
  • 9 - Marketization 201
  • Index 229
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