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Anthony Hartley

Political philosopher, essayist and columnist, Contributing Editor of The National Interest Magazine, member of the International Advisory Board of The New Atlantic Initiative


The opposition between a 'possessive' society and a 'sense of community' is [not absolute]. An individual house-owner, satisfied with the continuity of possession and occupied with the improvement of his or her environment and the care of a family, is the strongest foundation on which society can be based.