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Preserving Public Lands for the Future The Politics of Intergenerational Goods

By: William R Lowry
297 pages, Tabs, maps
Preserving Public Lands for the Future
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  • Preserving Public Lands for the Future ISBN: 9780878407026 Paperback Oct 1998 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Preserving Public Lands for the Future ISBN: 9780878407019 Hardback Feb 2010 Out of Print #86256
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Evaluates data on park systems from over 100 countries and provides case-studies of 4 (US, Australia, Canada, Costa Rica) showing how and why the delivery of intergenerational goods can vary.

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William R. Lowry is associate professor of political science at Washington University in St. Louis and author of The Dimensions of Federalism (Duke University Press, 1992) and The Capacity for Wonder (Brookings Institution Press, 1994).
By: William R Lowry
297 pages, Tabs, maps
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Provides both a new theoretical framework for understanding national public land policy and a detailed examination of the existing land policies of four nations Lowry's theoretical framework is innovative, and he considers several variables that are often overlooked. -- Perspectives on Political Science "Lowry's interweaving of anecdotal illustrations and well-chosen detail within the broader theoretical framework makes for a compelling argument... Recommended for all levels." -- Choice
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