Former reason staffer Matt Welch, writing from his current perch at the Los Angeles Times, uses a local example to explain how even "good" eminent domain--that is, for such clearly "public" purposes as public schools--can still be pretty rotten as it destroys long-lasting low-income neighborhoods.
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