property & criminality
jmf9 at cdc.gov
Thu Jul 23 14:08:00 PDT 1998
Labor, or labor power, is an intangible form of property recognized by
the Supreme Court, well at least past Courts. Unfortunately, I don't
think the "takings" type laws used by landowners can be, or have been,
used to argue that structural unemployment and underemployment
constitute takings of one's property without permission or compensation.
> With crackdowns on homelessness and privatization of public space (is
> the most egregious example of this, with Bunker Hill and City Walk?),
> will it one day be a crime, supported by more explicit legislation
> that now, to own no property?
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