Monday, March 30, 2015

J.A. Smith on Why a Market for Establishing Property Rights Is a Nonsensical Idea

"in the establishment of my wealth presupposes a system of recognized and established rights. What I own (by law or custom) consists of rights and nothing else; my wealth therefore consists of rights and nothing else." -- J.A. Smith, “On Some Fundamental Notions of Economics,” Economic Review, 1913.

1 comment:

  1. How many libertarians believe this, though?

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