Private Homes may be taken for public good

Steve Schear s.schear at
Wed Jul 6 23:43:25 PDT 2005

"At the grass-roots, the most amusing development is a push by a citizens' 
group to seize the Weare, N. H., home of Supreme Court Justice David H. 
Souter, author of the Kelo opinion, for a "development" project to be 
called the "Lost Liberty Hotel." The hotel would include a museum on "the 
loss of freedom in America." A spokesman insists "this is not a prank." 
Perhaps not. "


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