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" In some stanitzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities of the common land by using several teams of oxen, or by hiring peasants in the nearest villages to come and plough for them ; and instead of abandoning the land... "
Russia - Page 86
by Donald Mackenzie Wallace - 1877
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Works, Volume 9

Herbert Spencer - 1891 - 324 pages
...worse evils appeared when markets were created in the vicinity. In some stamtzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities...two or three crops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts of it, became actually, if not legally,...
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A Perplexed Philosopher: Being an Examination of Mr. Herbert Spencer's ...

Henry George - Land use - 1892 - 346 pages
...worse evils appeared when markets were created in the vicinity. In some stamtziis [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities...two or three crops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts of it, become actually, if not legally,...
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Justice: Being Part IV of The Principles of Ethics

Herbert Spencer - Ethics - 1892 - 324 pages
...worse evils appeared when markets were created in the vicinity. In some stanitzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities...two or three crops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts of it. became actually, if not legally,...
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The Complete Works of Henry George, Volume 5

Henry George - Economics - 1911 - 326 pages
...worse evils appeared when markets were created in the vicinity. In some stamtzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities...hiring peasants in the nearest villages to come and plow for them ; and instead of abandoning the land after raising two or three crops they retained possession...
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The Principles of Ethics, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Ethics - 1893 - 516 pages
...worse evils appeared when markets were created in the vicinity. In some stanitzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities...two or three crops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts of it, became actually, if not legally,...
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The Principles of Ethics, Volume 10

Herbert Spencer - Ethics - 1893 - 520 pages
...vicinity. In some stanitzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities of tbe common land by using several teams of oxen, or by...two or three crops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts of it, became actually, if not legally,...
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Justice: Being Part IV of The Principles of Ethics

Herbert Spencer - Ethics - 1895 - 316 pages
...vicinity. In some stanitzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantiiies of the common land by using several teams of oxen,...two or three crops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts of it, became actually, if not legally,...
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Principles of ethics

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1898 - 524 pages
...worse evils appeared when markets were ereated in the vicinity. In some stanitzas [Cossack villages] the richer families appropriated enormous quantities...of abandoning the land after raising two or three erops they retained possession of it. Thus the whole of the arable land, or at least the best parts...
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The Principles of Sociology

Edward Alsworth Ross - Social Science - 1920 - 740 pages
...appropriated ; and when the soil began to show signs of exhaustion, he abandoned his plot and plowed elsewhere. But this unregulated use of the communal...hiring peasants in the nearest villages to come and plow for them ; and instead of abandoning the land after raising two or three crops they retained possession...
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The Principles of Sociology

Edward Alsworth Ross - Social Science - 1920 - 744 pages
...not long continue. As the number of agriculturists increased, quarrels frequently arose and -ometimes terminated in bloodshed. Still worse evils appeared...hiring peasants in the nearest villages to come and plow for them; and instead of abandoning the land after raising two or three crops they retained possession...
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