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Temperatism, Volume I by Carrie Foster

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CHAPTER 7

Property and Employment

As soon as the land of any country has become private property, the landlords, like all other men, love to reap where they never sowed, and demand rent event for its natural produce.

—Adam Smith

One area that cannot remain unaddressed is the area of property rights. The capitalist economy is built on the back of the right to own property and the unequal distribution of resources. The gap between those who have property and those who don’t is at the center of the inequality that divides our society. Under capitalism those who do not own property or material resources find themselves outside of the protection of the custodian of capitalism, the rule of law, and any protection that the amoral rule of law might provide ...

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