The Border Wall: Effect on Tribal and Private Landowners

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Alexander Durrell (Editor)

Series: American Political, Economic, and Security Issues

BISAC: POL012000

Private, tribal, and state-owned land constitutes 70 percent of the border. In order to construct barriers across this land, the administration has used eminent domain, a process by which the government can forcibly seize privately-owned land for public use in exchange for compensation. This book looks at the effect of the border wall on private and tribal landowners.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Destroying Sacred Sites and Erasing Tribal Culture: The Trump Administration’s Construction of the Border Wall
(Committee on Natural Resources)

Chapter 2. Examining the Effect of the Border Wall on Private and Tribal Landowners
(Committee on Homeland Security)

Chapter 3. Southwest Border: Information on Federal Agencies’ Process for Acquiring Private Land for Barriers
(United States Government Accountability Office)

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