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It's possibly not a coincidence that this period coincided with a massive boom in new housing development.

In Finland happened, after so called "Renter Law" (1919), in the 1920's a massive boom in agriculture and development. Over 100 yrs long extreme poverty in countryside was abolished in only 10 years, simply by dismantling the feudals.

All "social programs" and "birth control education" schemes were waste of time, only thing that was needed was kicking out the parasite (the lords), and liberate people from rents.

by kjr63 on Sat Jun 18th, 2011 at 08:34:41 PM EST
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