Sovereign Nations or Reservations?An Economic History of American IndiansBy Terry L. Anderson
Land Rights:The 1990s Property Rights RebellionBruce Yandle, Editor
Public Lands and Private Rights:The Failure of Scientific ManagementBy Robert H. Nelson
Peter Hill, Terry Anderson
Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, Editors
The Forest Service needs strong incentives to adhere to the bottom line. The right motivation could help create a profitable timber program.
, Jane Shaw
Wall Street JournalSeptember 7, 1995 By Pamela S. Snyder and Jane S. Shaw
Wall Street JournalNov. 22, 1995 By Terry L. Anderson
, Terry Anderson
Rocky Mountain NewsDecember 20, 1995 By Terry L. Anderson and Michael R. Houser
Donald Leal, Jane Shaw
Each year, at least fifty national forests managed by the Forest Service lose money on their timber sale programs. To some critics, these programs represent an environmental travesty and a classic example of corporate welfare.