The Rise of Environmentalism, Administrative State, and Erosion of Property Rights

Back in June, the Hoover Institution hosted the Land, Labor, And The Rule Of Law Conference in Washington DC. The meeting examined five research papers that provide a historical and modern analysis of rule of law issues that arise in labor and land regulation and markets.

This talk is about how and why the environmentalist movement’s heightened political activities resulted in the dilution of private property rights.
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