The Not So Wild, Wild West P.J. Hill • July 2, 2012 PJ Hill talks about his book, “ The Not So Wild, Wild West,” with John Batchelor. He describes how the West was developed and how property rights emerged before governments. https://www.perc.org/sites/default/files/media/JBS%20Hill%20070212.mp3 Written By P.J. Hill Senior Fellow Date July 2, 2012 Topics Private Lands Related Content Hannah Downey • October 3, 2023 A Summer of Forest Litigation A small collection of litigants continues to derail forest management efforts with lawsuits—jeopardizing the environment they claim to be protecting. Kat Dwyer • September 20, 2023 New Report Outlines 10 Solutions for Improving the Endangered Species Act for its 50th Anniversary Ahead of the 50th Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act this December, a new report from PERC, explores creative ideas to improve the landmark law’s conservation outcomes. Hannah Downey, James Priest, Shawn Regan, Tate Watkins, Jonathan Wood, Madison Yablonski • September 20, 2023 A Field Guide for Wildlife Recovery The Endangered Species Act's Elusive Search to Recover Species—and What to Do About It.