Books about the Bundy Ranch Standoff the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Occupation

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This is the vast majority of all the books written about the standoff in Nevada at the Bundy Ranch in 2014 and the Malheur Wildlife Refuge Occupation in Oregon two years later as well as related Western land use issues, or non use as the case may be. 

  • Though their subject matter will vary in an array of differences, the specifics in these publications tend to include individuals or certain organizations in association of prominence or controversy, depending on one’s perspective.

Opposing forces from varying social concepts has bred a volatility for some that feel there’s little room for compromise on the use of public lands in the west.

Through it all, what has become clear unfortunately is a line in the sand with no room to back down.

  • I’ll start the list with a look at what all has landed in the lap of the man this is all about.

Some of these works are self-published and didn’t come up in my search to reference

  • Ranching and the American West: A History in Documents: The Broadview Source Series by Susan Nance

  • Western Turf Wars: The Politics of Public Lands Ranching by Mike Hudak

    Who owns the West? By William Kittredge

  • Federal land ownership: Overview and data by R.W. Gorte, C.H. Vincent, L.A. Hanson and M.R. Rosenblum

  • The Environmental Politics & Policy of Western Public Lands by Erika Allen Wolters and Brent S. Steel

  • The War Against the Greens: The “Wise-Use” Movement, the New Right, and Anti-Environmental Violence by David Helvarg

  • Homegrown Hate: Why White Nationalists and Militant Islamists Are Waging War Against the United States by Sara Kamali

  • American Militias: Rebellion, Racism & Religion by Richard Abanes

  • Sacred Cows at the Public Trough by Nancy Ferguson

  • As It Is The Truth by Judge Anna Von Reitz and David Robinson

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Author: VinE
Custodial Heir for Real Liberty Media / RLM Radio

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