1. Private property rights are often mistakenly believed to be absolute. Explain how Freyfogle and Gardner demonstrate the limits of private property ownership in the United States. Do you agree with the limitations they set? Why or why not?
2. A “commons” is intended to be a resource in which everyone has an interest, but cannot be assigned to any particular person. Often, regulating and protecting a commons conflicts with other interests–private ownership, economic development, government functions, etc. How do Plater and Gardner demonstrate the conflicts involved in defining and regulating commons? Does Freyfogle offer any concrete solutions to this interest-based dilemma?
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