How the Pilgrims learned about private property rights
In this special Thanksgiving PLF Podcast, I tell the story of how the Pilgrims learned the importance of private property rights. I quote an excerpt from William Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation that you can read here. And Tom Bethell’s book The Noblest Triumph tells the story especially well. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast for weekly updates on our work defending property rights, economic liberty, racial equality—and the many other ways we rescue liberty from coast to coast.
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