For more than a century, outdoor recreation has fueled the preservation of mountainous public land at the same time it has prompted legal battles and political conflict. Western historian Annie Gilbert Coleman, Associate Professor of American Studies, University of Notre Dame, asks whether our consumption of if mountain landscapes fragments them into the logic of free market capitalism or presents new opportunities for community and preservation.
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