17th-century property

More about Betty Friedan’s life and legacy. Listen to this even if you’ve never heard of her.

I’ve just been listening to this programme about the history of property. Lots of 17th-century stuff and a good explanation of Locke.

 

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One Response to “17th-century property”

  1. Lancelot Says:

    Emmett

    Hunger finds no fault with cookery…

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