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Thomas Londregan provided me with personal correspondence and letters, as well as notes containing his thoughts and remarks at various key junctures reported in this book. Mr. Londregan's brother Frank Londregan provided written responses to questions about the Londregan family history in New London.
Scott Bullock provided copies of his personal notes reflecting his thoughts, strategies, and remarks at various points in this history.
John Markowicz, Steve and Amy Hallquist, and Fred Paxton are meticulous keepers of copious notes and records. All four generously shared their notes, minutes, and records with me. And all four submitted to tape-recorded interviews that expanded on their notes.
Reid MacCluggage provided personal letters and correspondence. He also submitted to a lengthy tape-recorded interview and various follow-up interviews to elaborate on the nature and context of his private papers turned over to me.
Kathleen Mitchell maintained perhaps the most comprehensive archive of e-mails spanning the years covered in this book. These e-mails are to and from members of the New London City Council, members of the New London Development Corporation, members of the media, lawyers, state officials, members of the Coalition to Save Fort Trumbull Neighborhood, and residents of the neighborhood. Upon request, she shared many of these e-mails with me.
Finally, a source provided hundreds of documents consisting of personal e-mails, internal correspondence, and confidential memos. Many of these documents are originals (not photocopies) and some are handwritten.
I solicited scores of photographs of the people, places, and scenes depicted in this book. Many of these were taken by amateurs and contained in individuals' private collections. Others came from more traditional or professional sources, such as newspapers and magazines, historical societies, and law firms. Audio and video recordings of meetings, rallies, and speeches were also obtained.
The still photography was used primarily to describe background scenery, such as clothing colors, weather, and other details. The video and audio recordings were used primarily to corroborate dialogue and quotes.
The secondary sources for the book include books, articles, government reports, court records, laws, legal opinions and court decisions, press releases, and various other reference materials. for the book include books, articles, government reports, court records, laws, legal opinions and court decisions, press releases, and various other reference materials.
Many news organizations covered the Kelo v. City of New London Kelo v. City of New London case and I relied on countless reports from all forms of news media. But the case and I relied on countless reports from all forms of news media. But the Day Day newspaper warrants special mention here. No news organization covered the newspaper warrants special mention here. No news organization covered the Kelo Kelo case more consistently and comprehensively than New London's hometown paper. When using a quote that appeared originally in the case more consistently and comprehensively than New London's hometown paper. When using a quote that appeared originally in the Day Day, I attempted to independently confirm the quote's accuracy. In some instances this was not possible, and I relied on the paper's accuracy.
The following organizations provided me with records, reports, and other documents that were used in background research: Harrall-Michalowski Associates, Inc.; Landmarks; the Coalition to Save Fort Trumbull Neighborhood; and Connecticut College.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Jeff Benedict is an award-winning writer and is considered one of America's top investigative journalists. He has published seven critically acclaimed books, including is an award-winning writer and is considered one of America's top investigative journalists. He has published seven critically acclaimed books, including Pros and Cons Pros and Cons, Out of Bounds Out of Bounds, Without Reservation Without Reservation, No Bone Unturned No Bone Unturned, and The Mormon Way of Doing Business. The Mormon Way of Doing Business. His articles have appeared in His articles have appeared in Sports Illustrated Sports Illustrated, the New York Times New York Times, the Los Angeles Times Los Angeles Times, and ESPN's online magazine, and his reporting has been the basis of a documentary on the Discovery Channel, as well as segments on 60 Minutes 60 Minutes, Dateline Dateline, 20/20 20/20, and HBO's Real Sports Real Sports. He is a frequent guest on network news and cable stations, and in 2007 he produced his first documentary film for public television. You can visit his Web site at www.jeffbenedict.com.
Also by Jeff Benedict
The Mormon Way of Doing Business: How Eight Western Boys Reached the Top of Corporate AmericaOut of Bounds: Inside the NBA's Culture of Rape, Violence, and CrimeNo Bone Unturned: The Adventures of a Top Smithsonian Forensic Scientist and the Legal Battle for America's Oldest SkeletonsWithout Reservation: How a Controversial Indian Tribe Rose to Power and Built the World's Largest CasinoPros and Cons: The Criminals Who Play in the NFL (with co-author Don Yaeger) (with co-author Don Yaeger)Athletes and Acquaintance RapePublic Heroes, Private Felons: Athletes and Crimes Against Women
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