abolition of private property

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  • With the abolition of private property, marriage in its present form must disappear. Cited from The Soul of Man, by Oscar Wilde
  • I wonder what those who believe in the abolition of private property are going to do with this natural, human passion? Cited from Advance of English Poetry, William Lyon Phelps
  • He wrote much about these things before he had much developed his ideas concerning the abolition of private property and communism.
  • With the abolition of private property, then, we shall have true, beautiful, healthy Individualism. Cited from The Soul of Man, by Oscar Wilde
  • At that time it stood for the abolition of private property in land only, the owners to be compensated in some fashion. Cited from Ten Days That Shook the World, by John Reed
  • The program of the MG focused on the abolition of private property and of the state altogether.
  • The government should also, in his opinion, put to death those who preached sedition, anarchy or the abolition of private property. Cited from The Age of the Reformation, by Preserved Smith
  • That measure provided for the abolition of private property in land, and placed all land in the hands of and under the direction of the peasant communes. Cited from Bolshevism, by John Spargo
  • Engels writes that private property is the source of oppression of women and children, and that the abolition of private property will end it.
  • It is the platform of a social and political party that has as the main tenet of its creed the abolition of private property in the means of production. Cited from Sociology and Modern Social Problems, C.A. Ellwood
  • But the League of Nations, like the abolition of private property, will be by no means sufficient if it is not accompanied or quickly followed by other reforms. Cited from Proposed Roads to Freedom, by Bertrand Russell
  • "The abolition of private property!" exclaimed the doctor. Cited from Equality, by Edward Bellamy
  • Quebracho promotes the abolition of private property and the reduction of poverty.
  • The plot presents and makes fun of the communist ideals in the form of the abolition of private property, abolition of the family and purely material prosperity.
  • Its sensational report detailed Bolshevik atrocities and the threat of domestic agitators bent on revolution and the abolition of private property.
  • It decreed an abolition of private property, and the redistribution of the landed estates amongst the peasantry.
  • To which I added that I had learned more that morning about the moral basis of economic equality and the grounds for the abolition of private property than in my entire previous experience as a citizen of the twentieth century. Cited from Equality, by Edward Bellamy
  • Where there is growth there can be "relations of mutual advantage and cooperation."(p306) Nor will class struggle disappear with the abolition of private property.
  • The party's objective is the abolition of private property and the creation of a classless society based on the principles of democratic socialism, solidarity, and ecology.
  • He states that the peaceful abolition of private property is seen as "desirable" by communists, but also questions how likely it is, noting the violence of counter-revolutionaries.
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