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14 COMMENTARY Don’t Waste a Teaching Moment: Kelo, Urban Renewal, and Blight Eric R. Claeys In June 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court in Kelo v. City of New London1 held that the U.S. Constitution’s public use guarantee does not stand in the way if a local city council decides that a private developer would use a residenntia neighborhood more productively than existing homeowners. The holding has provoked a firestorm of protest and provided a teaching momeen uniting liberals and conservatives who...

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