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Monday, October 19, 2009

Second Quote from Liberty and Tyranny

In the civil society, private property and liberty are inseparable. The individual's right to live freely and safely and pursue happiness includes the right to acquire and possess property, which represents the fruits of his own intellectual and/or physical labor. As the individual's time on earth is finite, so, too, is his labor. The illegitimate denial or diminution of his private property enslaves him to another and denies him his liberty.
I have not infrequently been astonished by people that seem to think that having property is somehow evil. It's no such thing. Being able to own property is a large part of what enables a person to crawl up out of the muck and live life without having to cravenly lick the feet of those above him.

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