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Posted May 18, 2009
Provides a great sense of appreciation for the role of property in civilized, free society.
Though sometimes a bit plodding, Bethell provides a wonderful recitation of the origins and development of property and its essential role in the creation and maintenance of free societies. Property is an institution that is under assault world-wide, particularly in this nation where, ironically, it became more refined than anywhere else and produced a degree of freedom and prosperity unequalled in the history of the world. The book should be required reading for Congress today.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.