Disputes over public land rights have a long history in the United States. But the past 18 months have seen a growing number of confrontations over Western federal lands, culminating in the current standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. [excerpt]
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Wilson, Randall K. "How the Federal Government Went From Realtor to Landlord in the American West." Quartz (January 8, 2016).
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