Owning property is one of Americans’ most basic rights. How one woman fought to keep the city of New London, Connecticut from taking her home and giving it to developers… and why the outcome of her Supreme Court case is a lesson for every homeowner in America.

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  • Jeff Benedict investigative journalist and author of seven books, including "The Mormon Way of Doing Business," "Out of Bounds," "Pros and Cons," and "Without Reservation."

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