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At last, a law to stop almost anyone from doing almost anything | George Monbiot

PUBLISHED January 6, 2014

Until the late 19th century much of our city space was owned by private landlords. Squares were gated, streets were controlled by turnpikes. The great unwashed, many of whom had been expelled from the countryside by acts of enclosure, were also excluded from desirable parts of town.

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