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“PROPERTY” IN THE CONSTITUTION: THE VIEW FROM THE THIRD AMENDMENT Tom W. Bell*

“PROPERTY” IN THE CONSTITUTION: THE VIEW FROM THE THIRD AMENDMENT Tom W. Bell*

During World War II, after Japan attacked the Aleutian Islands off Alaska’s coast, the United States forcibly evacuated the islands’ natives and quartered soldiers in private legal online casinos in canada homes. That hitherto unremarked violation of the Third Amendment gives us a fresh perspective on what the term “property” means in the United States Constitution.

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