He may, and often he does, engross the first necessity of labor, land, and neither use it himself or allow anyone else to use it, and though it is clear that . . . he is injuring the community, the law is sternly on his side.
— WILLIAM MORRIS, Signs of Change, p. 194.
Land should be given to those who can use it.
— JOHN RUSKIN, Fors Clavigera, Part II., Letter ii, p. 96.