Freeman

November 1959

Volume 9, 1959

FEATURES

Our First Thanksgiving

NOVEMBER 01, 1959 by SARTELL PRENTICE JR.

"Our first Thanksgiving should, therefore, be interpreted as an ex­pression of gratitude to God, not so much for the great harvest it­self, as for granting the grateful Pilgrims the perception to grasp and apply the great universal prin­ciple that produced that great har­vest: Each individual is entitled to the fruits of his own labor. Prop­erty rights are, therefore, insepa­rable from human rights."

In A Free Economy

NOVEMBER 01, 1959 by T. N. CARVER
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