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July 06, 2006


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Dan Landau

The Indians indeed had property rights to things where establishing the rights was worth the cost. However, their “property rights” were not worth much because they didn’t have a state capable of protecting their "property" from other tribes (frequently) and from the Europeans settlers (almost always).

Property in Turkey

Great post. I enjoyed reading thanks.

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