Eminent Domain Abuse Book Spotlights IJ’s Work Nationwide

October 1, 2004

October 2004

Eminent Domain Abuse Book Spotlights IJ’s Work Nationwide

Orange County Register editorial writer Steven Greenhut’s new book, Abuse of Power: How the Government Misuses Eminent Domain, warns that government can grab your home or small business at any time using redevelopment laws, paying you what they—and not the market—think it is worth. Worse yet, the government can give your property to a private company to build a mall or perhaps homes for people richer than you. Inspired by the Institute for Justice’s work against eminent domain abuse, Greenhut’s book offers readers not only war stories on abuse, but also practical tips on fighting and winning against the abuse of eminent domain. Abuse of Power is available through Laissez Faire Books.

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