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  • Apparently, one or several of the New Jersey justices who ruled that towns in the state must set aside “fair housing”, i.e., cheap-rent places, ACTUALLY LIVED IN MANHATTAN at the time of the rulings.

    As a budding journalist, I tried to give a bit of the “other side” of the Mount Laurel story, but the large newspaper I worked for would have none of it. The only “controversy” they saw was the sluggishness with which those awful rich suburbs complied with the mandate.