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This work proposes that the management of public lands by the federal government of the USA is no longer working in the eastern part of the country. The author believes that the West should manage its owm public lands, under various governmental structures. He argues that the West, by rights, should have control over the land in its region. It points to the efforts all over the West as evidence of the West's maturity and also as a model for how the West would govern its lands.
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