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Table of Contents
Titlepage
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P. J.
Proudhon
Preface
What Is Property?
First Memoir
I
II
§ 1: Property as a Natural Right
§ 2: Occupation, as the Title to Property
§ 3: Civil Law as the Foundation and Sanction of Property
III
§ 1: The Land Cannot Be Appropriated
§ 2: Universal Consent No Justification of Property
§ 3: Prescription Gives No Title to Property
§ 4: That Labor Has No Inherent Power to Appropriate Natural Wealth
§ 5: That Labor Leads to Equality of Property
§ 6: That in Society All Wages Are Equal
§ 7: That Inequality of Powers Is the Necessary Condition of Equality of Fortunes
§ 8: That, from the Standpoint of Justice, Labor Destroys Property
IV
Demonstration
First Proposition
Second Proposition
Third Proposition
Fourth Proposition
Fifth Proposition
Sixth Proposition
Seventh Proposition
Eighth Proposition
Ninth Proposition
Tenth Proposition
V
Part
I
§ 1
§ 2
§ 3
Part
II
§ 1
§ 2
§ 3
Second Memoir: A Letter to
M.
Blanqui
Endnotes
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Landmarks
What Is Property?
Endnotes