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@Ward8 -- frankly, there is nothing different, except to a matter of degree and money changing hands, wrt how land development works in the US vs. the WM experience in Mexico. Usually they don't have to pay $, except for some political contributions.

It doesn't even really require high powered journalism, although Lydia DePillis already did a good piece on the Walmart Juggernaut in DC last fall.

But also see the book _Nimby Wars_.

by Richard Layman on Apr 27, 2012 12:10 pm • linkreport

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