By 1986 they were selling 500 homes a year and adding still more golf courses, pools, clubhouses, recreation centers, theaters, even a hospital.
They put up a statue of Schwartz in a Disney-esque pose.
So far Morse has politicians from both parties going to bat for him to make the IRS back off.
But his most potent argument against the IRS comes from the Villages' residents themselves.
According to Blechman, most show little interest in seizing control of their community from a leader they never see.
Like most Americans, they're not interested in local politics.
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“It was like Disney World for old people,” he said.
Then about five years ago he started thinking of it as “a college campus for old people.
After he died, his ashes were deposited inside the statue.
Schwartz used to circulate and glad-hand, but not Morse. For Morse, the Villages has been akin to a private mint. He also owned the mortgage company that financed them. He owns all or part of pretty much everything worth owning in the Villages, including the bank, the hospital, the utilities, the garbage collection company, the TV and radio stations, and the newspaper, where never is heard a discouraging word about life in the Villages.