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" All the Property that is necessary to a Man for the Conservation of the Individual and the Propagation of the Species, is his natural Right which none can justly deprive him of... "
The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and Historical ... - Page 46
by Benjamin Franklin - 1840
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The private correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D, F.R.S., &c ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Franklin, William Temple Franklin - Biography & Autobiography - 1817
...him of ; but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, and who may therefore by other...dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society on these terms, let him retire and live...
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The private correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D, F.R.S., &c ..., Volume 1

Benjamin Franklin, William Temple Franklin - Biography & Autobiography - 1817
...superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, sirtd who may therefore by other laws dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does riot like civil society OA these terms, let him retire and live...
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The Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin ...: pt.I. Letters on ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...and who may therefojre.by other la\vs dispose of it whenever the velf^re of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society...right to the benefits of society who will not pay his ckib towards the support of it. The Marquis de la Fayette, who loves to be employed ia pur affairs,...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of B.F. ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818 - 450 pages
...deprive him of; but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, and who may therefore by other...dispose of it, whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society on these terms, let him retire and live...
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The Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin ...: pt.III. Letters ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...deprive him of; but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, and who may therefore by other...-la'ws" dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public sliall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society 'oh these terms, let him retire...
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America ..., Volume 2

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1833
...deprive him of; but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, and who may, therefore, by other...dispose of it, whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society on these terms, let him retire and live...
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Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, Volume 2

Benjamin Franklin - 1833
...deprive him of; but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, and who may therefore by other...dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society on these terms, let him retire and live...
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America ..., Volume 1

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1837
...and who may, therefore, by other laws dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society on these terms, tet him retire and live among the savages. He can have no right to the benefits of society who will...
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revolution: Being ..., Volume 2

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1857
...but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws ha*e created it, and who may therefore by other laws dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not. like civil society on these terms, let him retire and live...
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America: From the ...

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1887
...deprive him of; but all property superfluous to such purposes is the property of the public, who by their laws have created it, and who may, therefore, by other...dispose of it whenever the welfare of the public shall desire such disposition. He that does not like civil society on these terms, let him retire and live...
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