From: Byrne Hobart (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Apr 17 2008 - 09:44:32 MDT
> Unless, of course, you replace them with more rational incentives. The
> biggest problem with the way private property is implemented currently is
> that those who have the most private property are *NOT* those who have done
> the work and deserve it. Private property (as currently implemented)
> *STINKS* as a rational incentive system (as well as leading to all sorts of
> unfairness and evil).
Is it still 'private property' if it is subject to someone else's idea of
whether or not it was just to 'earn' it?
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