Examines the thesis that public lands would be more productive if they were private.
The most stimulating discussion of these issues since Stroup and Baden and will no doubt spark controversy from both fans and opponents of privatization.--Choice
"The book, arguably the best discussion on the topic to date, provides a nice blend of economic and more explicitly normative approaches to the issues. Those interested in the work of Hayek, Marion Clawson, and Mises will find useful insights in Lehmann's study."--Ethics
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