Origin of landowner
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While the element of scarcity is common to landownership and to monopoly, it differs in its operation.
Moreover, he exaggerates considerably the part played by landownership in the formation of industrial monopolies.
Its aim is extended industrial cooperation; socialism is a purely economic term, applying to landownership and productive capital.English Synonyms and Antonyms
James Champlin Fernald
It leads to absurdity to use the word monopoly with reference to landownership indiscriminately.The Principles of Economics
Frank A. Fetter
So much for the natural right of landownership as seen in the light of reason.
- a person who owns land
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