This is the ending chapter that resumes the book and the formula for the responsibilities proposed that better protect the environment for our own short-time preservation while also protecting private property rights from government interference. It resumes each chapter starting from the need to change the definition of property and the restrictions already inserted into the legal system, the important of the protection of property rights with all its advantages, the comparison to the system of communal sharing and the choice of responsibilities. It further gives an overview of the responsibilities proposed. The final ending is the continuation of the forbidden love story between the main source and Lady Masham who might have just taken part of some of the main ideas for his texts and even in the Glorious Revolution.
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