Two episodes ago, I was joined by Kyle Rearden to discuss the fact that there is no such thing as “private property” in land ownership here in the USSA–nor was there ever. That said, I have been digitizing VONULIFE, March 1973 and Rayo has an article in there titled, “Ethical Land Use.”
Kyle and I thought this would be a great follow-up to our last discussion and may shed some more light on Rayo’s views regarding private property. Please check out the article in its entirety (see below) and refrain from judgement until listening to the episode in full.
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