Property rights invaluable
Dr. Ludwig von Mises said, “The preservation of private property has tremendous social implications as well as legal ramifications. If history could prove and teach us anything it would be the private ownership of the means of production as a necessary requisite of civilization and material well-being. Only nations committed to the principle of private property have risen above penury and produced science, art and literature. There is no experience to show that any other social system could provide mankind with any of the achievements of civilization.”
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