Expropriation by Pëtr Kropotkin

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Are bidden to consider the hard case of some poor fellow who by dint of privation has contrived to buy a house just large enough to hold his And we are going to deprive him of his hard-earned happiness family. Certainly not. If his house is only just to turn him into the street large enough for his family, by all means let him stay there. Let him work in his little garden too ; our " boys " will not hinder him nay, they will lend him a helping hand if need be. But suppose he lets lodgings, suppose he has empty rooms in his house, the people will make the lodger understand that he is not to pay his former landlord any more rent.

Expropriation might be accomplished without the intervention of governdo not propose to go out of our way to answer those who ment. confine ourselves to rejDlying declare that the thing is impossible. that we are not the upholders of any particular method of organisation. are only concerned to demonstrate that expropriation could be effected by popular initiative, and could not be effected by any other means whatever. We We We It seems very likely that, as soon as expropriation is fairly started, groups of volunteers will spring up in every district, street, and block of houses, and undertake to enquire into the number of flats and houses which are empty and of those which are overcrowded, the unwholsome slums and the houses which are too spacious for their occupants, and might well be used to house those who are stifled in swarming tenements.

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