No human being need trouble himself about a landlord's rents, other to be sure than the landlord himself. The happiest state which the human race could conceive is such mobility of labor and such an extension of the cultivable land and productive industry which man gives to cultivable land as to produce that plenty in which rent finds no place.
— PROF. THOROLD ROGERS, Work and Wages, Chap. XVI., p. 456. (1884)