A Short History of Man: Progress and Decline

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1.2. The Problem: Theory

  • A Short History of Man by Hans-Hermann Hoppe

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03/16/2015Hans-Hermann Hoppe

At some point in time the landmass available to help satisfy human needs could no longer be enlarged. In economic jargon, the supply of the production factor “land” became fixed, and every increase in the size of the human population had to be sustained by the same, unchanged quantity of land. From Chapter 1, "On the Origin of Private Property and the Family". Narrated by Millian Quinteros.

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