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Property Rights

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Article Image by L. Neil Smith

I have written many times--overlooking the "peculiar institutions" of taxation and military conscription. of course--that no American living today was ever a slave.

Article Image - Jeff Deist

In (Walter) Block's conception, anything owned by the city of Seattle--libraries, buildings, equipment, roads, you name it--is as wide open to anyone as a virgin tract of land in deepest Alaska never touched by humans.

Article Image by Jacob G. Hornberger

There is a perception among some libertarians that simply by privatizing all property in the United States the issue of government-controlled borders would disappear.

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Mike Sylvia

At the heart of this issue is the people's right to ownership of property. To own a thing is to have control of that thing. If one owns and controls an object then he has a right to use that property as he sees fit as long as his use harms no other