Here are some articles about the killing of Prince Jones.
Washington Post: Officer Liable in Prince Jones Killing
Washington City Paper: Black Victim, Black Cop, Black County
People: An Echo of Gunfire
Here are some reactions from a few people who identify as ‘hillbillies’ and more established media members responding to Vance’s book.
R. Mike Burr: The Self-Serving Hustle of “Hillbilly Elegy”
G.W. Para: Hillbilly Fallacy
Mona Charen: What Hillbilly Elegy Reveals About Trump and America
$18,000 to stay in bed? Living in a BioDome? Here’s more information about NASA’s Terranauts.
One of the first things mentioned by Annin in the book is the scramble for water in the West: Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, California, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and the Dakotas. So I’ll post some articles here that give some background into the increasing conflict between the states and the government and at times the ranchers and the Bureau of Land Management and the National Fish and Wildlife Service.
–Water As a Cash Crop (August 29, 2003) (Part 4)
2. The Bulletin: Ranchers and Officials Feud Over Water Rights (May 16th, 2004)
3. Denver Water: Water Rights Planning
4. Bureau of Land Management: The History of Public Land Livestock Grazing (November 6, 2015)
5. Thomas L. Fleischner, PhD.: Land Held Hostage: A History of Livestock and Politics
6. KQED Science: Court Battle Looms Over California’s Senior Water Rights (June 15, 2015)
7. Huffington Post: Along the Colorado River, Ranchers Square Off Against Cities Over Water Rights (October 26, 2015)
8. The Atlantic: A Free-Market Plan to Save the American West from Drought (March 2016)
9. The Sierra Club: Malheur Refuge Takeover Just The Latest Twist on a Long Running Story (January 15, 2016)
10. ProPublica: The ‘Water Witch’ (June 2, 2015)
11. The Denver Post: Guest Commentary: The West’s Water Right System Is Working (September 26, 2015)
12. The Wall Street Journal: For Water Rights in Montana, It’s Still The Wild West (June 26, 2015)
13. Civil Eats: For Beginning Farmers in the West, Finding the Water to Grow Food is a Constant Gamble (March 2, 2016)