Tag: Land use
California Would Have Low-Cost Housing If Government Allowed It: The Mortenson Experiment
Historic Landmark Status Punishes Manhattan’s Iconic Strand Bookstore
Ratcheting Up for New Water Laws
Fascism Is Efficient, Says Andres Duany, Leading Proponent of “Sustainable Development”
A Hell of a Pinpoint Operation
A “Smart-Growth” Revolt in California
The Independent Review—Spring 2014 Issue Now Available
Victory! The Independent Institute’s Longtime Opposition to Inclusionary Housing Policies Lays Groundwork for Governor’s Veto
The Ugly Beginning of Dodger Stadium Provides Important Property Rights Lesson
Good News! SB 1 Dies (For Now)
Fascinating Questions from The Independent Review
Cowboy Revisionist History
“Gaia” Guru Admits Global Warming Alarmism Is Wrong
Solving the Federal Land Problem
Nobel Laureate Economist Ronald Coase Turns 101
Good News for Californians: Redevelopment Agencies Shut Down
Greek “Privatization” Isn’t
Land Use Planning Takes a Step Back in Florida
Robert Higgs Speaks on the U.S. Government’s Ethanol Scam
It’s Official: Environmentalism Is the New Religion
Bruce Benson Discusses His Book Property Rights
Blacks in Montgomery Organize Against “Eminent Domain through the Back Door”
Affordable Housing
Fox News on Montgomery’s Eminent Domain Through the Back Door
Rival-Funded Wal-Mart Demonstrators Beggar Thy Neighbor

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