Classroom Lesson: Eminent Domain: Should Private Property Be Taken for Public Use?
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- "The Economics of Eminent Domain," a short 2005 article from the Richmond Fed's general interest magazine Focus.
- "Private Takings" an academic research paper on eminent domain and the Kelo vs. New London decision
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