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Fixing the Endangered Species Act
By Randy T. Simmons
This article appeared in the Spring 1999 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

Endangered species protection can be made effective—and honest—only if we recognize eight truths ignored by the failing Endangered Species Act. Among them: letting nature take its course isn’t the best way to protect biodiversity; and property owners must be given an interest in protecting sensitive habitat.



Other Independent Review articles by Randy T. Simmons
    Winter 2011   Bootleggers, Baptists, and Political Entrepreneurs: Key Players in the Rational Game and Morality Play of Regulatory Politics
    Winter 1999   The Endangered Species Act: Who’s Saving What?



Volume 3 Number 4
Spring 1999

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