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Nathan Connolly

I write about racism, capitalism, politics, and the built environment in the twentieth century. My work pays special attention to people’s overlapping understandings of property rights and civil rights in the United States and the wider Americas. 340 more words

People

MLWA Statement on MT Supreme Court Decision

©2017 Montana Land and Water Alliance

STATEMENT OF MONTANA LAND AND WATER ALLIANCE ON MT SUPREME COURT DECISION in FJBC v. State

   Catherine Vandemoer, Ph.D., Chair… 534 more words

Property Rights

Lacking consensus, monument designations breed endless conflict

One major shortcoming of relying on the political process to achieve environmental objectives (or most any other objective) is that is almost inevitably unstable. An environmental group that buys an ecologically sensitive area can protect it forever. 677 more words

Libertarian Environmentalism

Fighting the Feds Over Frogs

Tucker Carlson interviewed Edward Poitevent II on his Fox News program tonight. The Poitevent family is fighting federal regulators who threatened to impose millions of dollars of fines on them during 2013 for developing a plot of land the family owns. 23 more words

Environment

Writer: Ron Paul had it coming because he's a libertarian

Many, at least in the United States, know of the recent attack on Kentucky Senator Rand Paul by a neighbor, an assault that left Rand with six broken ribs. 1,013 more words

Government

The Stakeholder Theory of the Firm. Concepts, Evidence, Implications.

Back in 1932, E. Merrick Dodd Jr. wrote in the Harvard Law Review: “If the unity of the corporate body is real, then there is reality and not simply legal fiction in the proposition that the managers of the unit are fiduciaries for it and not merely for its individual members, that they are . 1,562 more words

Corporate Governance Theory