"Property Rights and Natural Resource Management"
By Richard Stroup and John Baden
How much development should be allowed on the Yellowstone River? Is oil being used too quickly? Is the strip mining of coal properly controlled?… [From the text]
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Literature of Liberty. Vol. ii, no. 4, pp. 5-44. Arlington, VA: Institute for Humane Studies
Stroup, Richard, and John Baden (Center for Political Economy and Natural Resources). Originally published Literature of Liberty, vol. ii, no. 4, September-December 1979, Cato Institute.
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