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the Toys R Us and the Montgomery Ward are dust.
I realize I'm comparing apples and oranges here, but the whole incentives debate surrounding the location of a Wal-Mart on the old Carolina Circle property makes the Supreme Court's Kelo decision
even more interesting. Why? Because who can deny that even a Wal-Mart serves the greater good more than an abandoned mall? What if, for some reason, the land was owned by a not-so-willing seller. Or Bill Agapion.