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" I set out on this ground, which I suppose to be self-evident, that the earth belongs in usufruct to the living ; that the dead have neither powers nor rights over it. "
Memoir, Correspondence, and Miscellanies: From the Papers of Thomas Jefferson - Страница 27
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Том 16

Thomas Jefferson - 1903
...side of the water." "I set out on this ground which I suppose to be self-evident," observes Jefferson, "that the earth belongs in usufruct to the living,...that the dead have neither powers nor rights over it. * * * On similar ground it may be proved that no society can make a perpetual constitution or even...

The Menace of Privilege: A Study of the Dangers to the Republic from the ...

Henry George - 1905 - 421 страници
...Madison, son of the foregoing Madison (Paris, September 6, 1789). " I set out on this ground," said he, " which I suppose to be self-evident, that the earth...that the dead have neither powers nor rights over it. . . . This principle that the earth belongs to the living and not to the dead is of very extensive...

Writings, Томове 15–16

Thomas Jefferson - 1905
....side of the water." "I set out on this ground which I suppose to be self-evident," observes Jefferson, "that the earth belongs in usufruct to the living,...that the dead have neither powers nor rights over it. * * * On similar ground it may be proved that no society can make a perpetual constitution or even...

The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Томове 7–8

Thomas Jefferson - 1905
...question to my mind; and that no such obligation can be transmitted, I think very capable of proof. I set out on this ground, which I suppose to be selfevident, that the earth belongs in usufrwt to the living; that the dead have neither powers nor rights over it. The portion occupied by...

Master Thoughts of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson - 1907 - 196 страници
...government. . . . that no such obligation can be transmitted, I 7. 454. think very capable of proof; I start out on this ground which I suppose to be self-evident,...powers nor rights over it. The portion occupied by an individual ceases to be his when himself ceases to be, and reverts to the society, the child, the...

The Abolition of Inheritance

Harlan Eugene Read - 1918 - 312 страници
...question to my mind; and that no such obligation can be so transmitted, I think very capable of proof. I set out on this ground, which I suppose to be self-evident,...himself ceases to be, and reverts to the society. . . . This principle that the earth belongs to the living and not to the dead is of very extensive...

Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Том 28

1920
...support of these measures, which have generally been supposed to carry some weight. Says Jefferson: "I set out on this ground, which I suppose to be self-evident,...that the earth belongs in usufruct to the living." Blacks tone affirms: "There is no foundation in nature, in natural law, why a set of words on parchment...

Problems of Law, Its Past, Present, and Future: Three Lectures

John Henry Wigmore - 1920 - 134 страници
...right to bind another, seems never to have been started, either on this or our side of the water. ... I set out on this ground, which I suppose to be selfevident,...belongs in usufruct to the living ; that the dead hav£ neither rights nor power over it. ... No society can make a perpetual constitution, or even a...

Ideas of the founders of the American nation on landed property

Mary L. Shine - 1922 - 390 страници
...is asserted emphatically by Jefferson. "I set out on this ground which I suppose to be self evident, that the earth belongs in usufruct to the living:...the dead have neither powers nor rights over it. The position occupied by any individual ceases to be his when himself ceases to be, and reverts to the...

The American Adam

R. W. B. Lewis - 1959 - 200 страници
...not only to merit decision, but place, also, among the fundamental principles of government. ... I set out on this ground which I suppose to be self-evident,...usufruct to the living'; that the dead have neither power nor rights over it." Jefferson was even willing to calculate the approximate lifeexpectancy of...
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