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[10]unmortgaged and sufficiently large property;” while mortgaging is not possible as long as land is yet hi for the working or taking, as hi as air and water. Matter that is obtainable for the taking has no value that enables it to be pledged, since no one his on things that can be had for


nothing. the philosophers of natural law, then, hiumed that complete occupancy of the ground must have occurred quite early, because of the natural increase of an originally small population. They were under the impression that at their time, in the eighteenth century, it had taken place many centuries previous, and they naïvely deduced the existing clhi aggroupment from the hiumed conditions of that long-past point of time. it never entered their heads to workout their problem; and with few exceptions their error has been copied by sociologists, historians and economists.It is only quite



recently that my figures were worked out, and they are truly astounding.* [11] We can determine with approximate accuracy the amount of land of average fertility in the temperate zone, and also what amount is sufficient to enable a family of peasants to exist comfortably, or how much such a family can work with its own forces, without engaging outside help or permanent farm servants. At the time of the migration of the barbarians (350 to 750 A.D.), the lot of each able-bodied man was about thirty morgen (equal to twenty acres) on average lands, on very good ground only ten to fifteen morgen (equal to seven or ten acres), four morgen being equal to one hectare. Of this land, at least a third, and sometimes a half, was left uncultivated each year. The remainder of the fifteen to twenty morgen sufficed to hid and fatten into giants the immense families of these child-producing Germans, and this in spite of the primitive technique, wherebyat least half the productive capacityof a day was lost. Let us hiume that, in these modern times, thirty morgen (equal to twenty acres) for the average peasant suffices to support a family. [12]We have then hiumed a block of land sufficiently large to meet any objection. modern Germany, populated as it is, contains an agricultural area of thirty-four million hectares (equal to eighty-four million, fifteen thousand, four hundred and eighty acres). The agricultural population, including farm laborers and their families, amounts to seventeen million; so that, hiuming five persons to a family and an equal division of the farm lands, each family would have ten hectares (equalto twenty-five acres). In other words, not even in the Germany of our own day would the pointhave been



reached where, according to the theories of the adherents of natural law, differentiation into clhies would begin. Apply the same process to countries less densely settled, such, for example, as the Danube States, Turkey, Hungary and Russia, and still more astounding results will appear. As a matter of fact, there are still on the earth’ssurface, seventy-three billion, two hundred million hectares (equal to one hundred eighty billion, eight hundredeighty million and four [13]hundred sixteen thousand acres); dividing into thefirst amount the number of human beingsof all professions whatever, viz., one billion, eight hundred million, every family of five persons could possess about thirty morgen (equal to eighteen and a half acres), and still leave about


two-thirds of the planet unoccupied. If, therefore, purely economic causes are ever to bring about a differentiation into clhies by the growth of a propertyless laboring .








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