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Dr. John Freemuth Published by Academic Journal

On April 13th, Dr. John Freemuth was published in Publius: The Journal of Federalism for his article titled “Happy Combination? Great Interests, Particular Interests, and State-Federal Conflicts over Public Lands.” Dr. Freemuth is an expert in the public lands with many … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Published by Academic Journal

Boise State Public Radio Quotes Dr. John Freemuth

Dr. John Freemtuh, director of the Andrus Center on Public Policy and a professor at Boise State, was quoted by Boise State Public Radio on Friday. The article, entitled “The Latest Shakeup In Zinke’s Department Is The FWS Head Leaving … (Read More) Boise State Public Radio Quotes Dr. John Freemuth

Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by High Country News

Dr. John Freemuth, director of the Andrus Center on Public Policy and a professor at Boise State, was quoted by High Country News in an August 1st article entitled, “Imperiled wildlife are caught in a political tug-of-war”. The article discusses … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by High Country News

Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by the Casper Star Tribune

Dr. John Freemuth, a professor at Boise Sate University and the Director of the Andrus Center for Public Policy, was quoted by the Casper Star Tribune on Sunday. The article, entitled “Can a Wyoming governor change the nation’s bedrock conservation … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by the Casper Star Tribune

Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by Boise Public Radio

Dr. John Freemuth, veteran professor of Boise State’s Department of Public Policy and Administration, was quoted by Boise Public Radio last Thursday. The story, entitled Violence Against Federal Workers Drops After Trump’s Election, discusses federal lands workers reporting fewer incidents of … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth Quoted by Boise Public Radio

Feldstein’s Article on John Bolton Published in The Conversation

Steven Feldstein’s article titled “Who is John Bolton and what does he want?” was recently published in The Conversation. In it, he suggests that Bolton falls into the extreme end of the “realist camp,” a political subgroup that views international relations as … (Read More) Feldstein’s Article on John Bolton Published in The Conversation