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… is from page 225 of the great Harvard historian Richard Pipes’s 1999 volume, Property and Freedom: The assault on property rights is not always apparent, because it is carried out in the name of “common good,” an elastic concept, defined by those whose interests it serves. Comments

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… is from page 225 of the great Harvard historian Richard Pipes’s 1999 volume, Property and Freedom:

Quotation of the Day…The assault on property rights is not always apparent, because it is carried out in the name of “common good,” an elastic concept, defined by those whose interests it serves.

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