Posted 10 months ago on July 19, 2012, 3:53 p.m. EST by agkaiser
from Tombstone, AZ
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At one extreme I own all things and you and everyone else must starve. Unlimited, unregulated private property acquisition leads to this extreme, though it may not be me or you at the top of the big pile of shit.
At the other extreme private property is forbidden and all must work for the common good or be truly independent of the rest of the human race. No one may work for anyone else. Everyone must do their own work, whether or not they choose to take part in common efforts like the community or the economy.
I doubt that anyone cares to live at either extreme. So the question is, if we're agreed that private property should be allowed, where do we set the limit?
Please differentiate between personal private property like house, car, family business with no non family employees etc and capital property like large corporate operations, Giga banks, G retailers or G manufacturers.
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