Kelo’s ‘Little Pink House’ Stands as a Monument to Injustice: New at Reason

By | April 26, 2018

The United States is supposed to be the “land of the free,” a country where individualism and private property are sacrosanct. Yet as Veronique de Rugy observes, it’s difficult to maintain this belief while watching Courtney Moorehead Balaker’s newly released movie, Little Pink House.

The film portrays the real-life story of the determined families who fought to protect their homes in New London, Connecticut, during and after city officials’ shameful attempts to evict them starting in 1998. Shockingly, in 2005, it was the Supreme Court that inflicted the ultimate defeat to the homeowners, who lost everything in the process.

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