property-owning


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owning land or securities as a principal source of revenue

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Several authors involved with the topic concluded that the Rawlsian concept of property-owning democracy had not been sufficiently developed.
In the second chapter Ben Jackson outlines a history of the term property-owning democracy, incorporating both its conservative and its egalitarian interpretations.
Already, the property-owning democracy politics should be revised and an increased acceptance or rented property, be a normal outlook or desire of home builders.
Williamson (eds), Property-Owning Democracy: Rawls and Beyond, Wiley-Blackwell 2012
In the penultimate scene of The Village at the End of the World, Sarah Gavron's surprisingly upbeat film about life in the north of Greenland, the fifty-nine residents of the small Greenland village of Niaqornat have a party to celebrate becoming property-owning democrats: they had succeeded in creating a cooperative to take over the settlement's fish factory, a small facility that the Royal Greenland Company had closed, even though Niaqornat's citizens needed it to make their lives viable.
As most of the thirteen contributors to Martin O'Neill and Thad Williamson's volume convincingly argue, now is the moment for property-owning democracy.
The case for property-owning democracy is, as O'Neill shows in the essay that forms the centrepiece of the argument, based on the idea that egalitarian arguments need to be about power and status as well as money.
Hussein cites the negotiation between basketball-team owners and players as an example of this democratic corporatist property-owning democracy in practice.