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REPOSTS: The real meaning of Thanksgiving

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What they don't tell you about Thanksgiving in school Peter Klein gives us a more complete story of the first Thanksgiving: Faced with potential starvation in the spring of 1623, the colony decided to implement a new economic system. Every family was assigned a private parcel of land. They could then keep all they grew for themselves, but now they alone were responsible for feeding themselves. While not a complete private property system, the move away from communal ownership had dramatic results. This year I am giving thanks for private property. How did property rights save China, the Pilgrims, and Vietnam? Good short video on the incentive aligning effects of private property at our friends at MarginalRevolution University

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What they don't tell you about Thanksgiving in school

Peter Klein gives us a more complete story of the first Thanksgiving:
Faced with potential starvation in the spring of 1623, the colony decided to implement a new economic system. Every family was assigned a private parcel of land. They could then keep all they grew for themselves, but now they alone were responsible for feeding themselves. While not a complete private property system, the move away from communal ownership had dramatic results.

This year I am giving thanks for private property.

How did property rights save China, the Pilgrims, and Vietnam?

Good short video on the incentive aligning effects of private property at our friends at MarginalRevolution University

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