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Carla T. Main

Carla T. Main
A practicing attorney for ten years, Carla Main litigated a wide variety of commercial cases involving real-estate related disputes, the First Amendment, fraud, art law, and civil rights. Until 2005 Ms. Main was an Associate Editor of The National Law Journal, where she wrote a column on law and society. She writes frequently for National Review, Policy Review, The American Lawyer, and The New York Post, among many other publications. Ms. Main resides in New Jersey. Her homepage is CarlaMain.com.

Bulldozed: “Kelo,” Eminent Domain and the American Lust for Land

Bulldozed

“Kelo,” Eminent Domain and the American Lust for Land

By Carla T. Main | hardcover $27.95

No domestic policy issue more angers or galvanizes the public than eminent domain. Carla T. Main—who in the past, as a lawyer, has represented the condemning authorities in eminent domain cases—examines how property rights in America have come to be so weak, tracing the history of eminent domain from the Revolutionary War to the recent […]