Land Rights:

The 1990s Property Rights Rebellion


Land Rights:
The 1990s Property Rights Rebellion

Bruce Yandle, Editor

The 1990s property rights movement involves countless ordinary people nationwide. Incensed by regulatory takings of well-established rights to land, leaders of grass-roots organizations have called for enforcement of constitutional property rights protection. This volume tells the story of the movement, analyzes Supreme Court decisions on regulatory takings, enforcement activities of the Corps of Engineers and the EPA, and case studies involving takings under the Endangered Species Act. It also looks at newly emerging community institutions that enable private citizens to protect their land rights.

Bruce Yandle is a PERC senior associate and alumni professor of economics at Clemson University.

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Bruce Yandle is a consultant, writer and speaker on economics and political economy. He is Mercatus Center Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Economics at George Mason University and participates regulatory in the Center’s Capitol Hill lecture series. Yandle is Dean Emeritus of Clemson University’s College of Business & Behavioral Science and...
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