Nationalisation Without Compensation

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Craig Murray
Nationalisation Without Compensation

When slavery was abolished in the British Empire, taxpayers paid huge sums in compensation to slave owners for the loss of their “property”. No compensation was ever paid to the slaves for the loss of their freedom. The problem with that approach is, of course, that the state did not take into account that the “property” of which it was relieving the landowners was acquired as part of an inhuman and immoral situation. I was considering the same question in…

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Craig Murray
Nationalisation Without Compensation