Courts, compulsory acquisition, and The Castle

Courts, compulsory acquisition, and The Castle June 26, 2005

In honour of the American Supreme Court’s stupid decision allowing cities to seize private property on behalf of private developers, I am linking to my review of The Castle (1997) — an Australian comedy about another case of “compulsory acquisition” — for ChristianWeek, plus my interview with Michael Caton, the film’s star, for the Vancouver Courier.

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