A proprietor cannot be required to supply subsistence to a redundant population who remain at home and sit idle rather than migrate where they can earn a fair day's wage for a fair day's work.
— a lawyer
Submitted by Fay over 2 years ago
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But here, laid out below us, was the ground itself. From the highest point on the island, the beginning and end of his property was clearly defined by the sea. As I was to discover later, the boundaries of responsibility which he both inherited and bequeathed, were never so easily defined.
Submitted by dougalperman almost 3 years ago