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Dear Court, You’re Wrong. Love, Elizabeth

In 1926, the Supreme Court was in a striking-down laws mood. But then something kind of weird happened. The Court heard this case, Euclid v. Ambler Realty, about zoning. Though zoning seems totally normal verging on boring today (apologies to any burgeoning city planners), at the time whether zoning was constitutional was an open question. […]