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Paul Schwennesen is a PhD candidate in environmental history and director of the Agrarian Freedom Project. His family operates a cow/calf ranch on the Mogollon rim along the Arizona/New Mexico line. He holds a Master’s degree in Government from Harvard University (2007) and degrees in History and Science from the United States Air Force Academy (2000). He is a regular contributor to the Property and Environment Research Center and his writing has appeared at The New York Times, American Spectator, Claremont Review, and in textbooks on environmental ethics (Oxford University Press and McGraw-Hill). He is the father of three delightful children.