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Author omniscience builds the case as though it were fiction. The socio-economic status of the residents involved, their personal concerns and difficulties - all references to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by M
The only upside to this sad story is the talented storytelling. The reader benefits from plenty of detail - but not too much - as well as the local and national implications of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ERIC OKEEFE
In 2005, the US Supreme Court was faced with a challenge on the “public use” provision of the Constitution’s eminent domain protection. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Doug Cornelius
This book is one great read. I found it hard to put down.
Having been born and raised in New London, I knew the Fort area well (Joyce's bar) as a result ,this story had a... Read more
Very easy read. This book was recommended by a land use attorney and it turned out to be an excellent and quick read.Published 9 months ago by Greg
Very interesting as I know and remember the case and people involved. Told by one of mentioned attorneys-not to believe everything I read.Published 9 months ago by Marsha
A fascinating (if ultimately frustrating) David and Goliath story. Audible version was very well presented. Recommended.Published 10 months ago by D. Thomas
Great way to have written a true story that is a pleasurable read. Shows how people can take on the government at local and national level and be heard‼️After all, this country was... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Susan F. Waggoner
Book is well written and documented I think. Ten years later and nothing has been done with the land in question. Figures.Published 13 months ago by Richard C. Porter