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The idea of "Property" builds from a concept of personal ownership (disputed by liberals and communists). That which is owned by a person is that person's property. In American and British law, a corpus of law is used to descry ownership that traces back, at times, many centuries.

Inherent in the American way of life is the rule that a human being can never be property, a belief built upon the conservative belief in the sanctity of life.