"Way Past Time" to Take "Underused" Property
Here's an almost charmingly deplorable column situated at the intersection of two of our recent posts–this one on Baltimore's eminent domain efforts, and Tim Sandefur's entry on the government view of private property as but useless clay waiting to be molded for the greater good by City Hall.
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