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Who Owns America?: Social Conflict over Property Rights 1st Edition

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“I can hardly think of a topic in land use policy, or indeed in environmental policy in general, more timely and important than the one addressed in this book. Who Owns America is an important contribution to the field.”—Robert G. Healy, professor of environmental policy, Duke University

“Wisconsin, which gave us John Muir, Aldo Leopold, Jacob Beuscher, and Just v. Marinette County, is the heart of environmentalism in the United States. This volume by leading scholars in society, economy, and land use is an important new contribution to that legacy.”—Rutherford H. Platt, professor of geography and planning law, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

About the Author

Harvey M. Jacobs is professor and chair in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and professor in the Institute of Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He is widely published in scholarly and popular journals in the United States and Europe.


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