Land Rights: The 1990s' Property Rights Rebellion (The Worldly Philosophy: Studies at the Intersection of Philosophy and Economics)
By: Bruce Yandle (author)Paperback
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In the 1990s a grass-roots movement has sprung up among ordinary people to fight regulatory actions taking away their rights to land. In this collection of new essays, twelve distinguished scholars of economics, law, and public affairs address the history and causes of this movement. They document and analyze Supreme Court decisions on regulatory takings, enforcement activities of the Corps of Engineers and EPA, and case studies involving takings under the Endangered Species Act.
Bruce Yandle is alumni professor and Southern National Bank Scholar at Clemson University. He is the author of numerous books, including The Political Limits of Environmental Regulation and co-editor, with Roger E. Meiners, of Rowman & Littlefield's Taking the Environment Seriously (1993).
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 The 1990's Land Rights Movement: The Who, What, When, Where/ and How Chapter 3 A History and Analysis of Regulatory Takings Jurisprudence Chapter 4 The Lucas Case Chapter 5 The Wetlands Controversy Chapter 6 Property Rights Conflicts and the Endangered Species Act Chapter 7 The Property Rights Movement and State Legislation Chapter 8 A Public Choice Analysis of Property Rights Legislation Chapter 9 Common Law as a Protector of Land Rights Chapter 10 Land Rights Communities-Alternatives to Takings
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