In short, the terrestrial Man, possessing the well known properties of matter, as well as of spirit, can only in truth enjoy the rights of "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness," by being guaranteed some place in which to enjoy them.
— HORACE GREELEY, Land Reform, Hints Toward Reform, (1850), p. 312.
Political liberty, when the equal right to land is denied, becomes, as population increases and invention goes on, merely the liberty to compete for employment at starvation wages.
— HENRY GEORGE, Progress and Poverty, Book X., Chap. 5, p. 490.