The IDEOLOGY shoud be simply playing it straight
according to the scheme that derives from the social n political contract: the US Constitution,
with no deviation therefrom.
If it were simply a matter of playing it straight, you could say it is human nature for people to want to carve their livings out of the commonwealth... But when one can take so much more than they need, and keep it for all time to be enjoyed by generations to come; then they are doing absolute injury to the commonwealth... It is fine to take it, but to keep it as people do through manipulations of the law seems in accord with their ideology, but it kills society... Think of how long we have had our present economy and how fast the situation has devolved into mutual hatred between citizens and distrust of the government... Feudalism in its many forms has existed for thousands of years in some places, and easily five hundred years in Europe... Yet; while one many might be a king, and another a peasant, neither could claim ownership of the land, and it could not be alienated... The alienation of laborers from the product of their labor has led to the alienation of this whole nation from its common property, and from the government that was to protect the commonwealth... It cannot stand if it cannot tax, and even if it could stand, having enough of taxes, it could not long survive if opportunity to have a piece of the commonwealth were denied to so many so that a few could own most of it and control the rest of it... Consider, that while free citizens of Rome crouded the cities and were a spur to violence and tyranny, just six men owned the whole of Muretania... We know Rome by the greatness of its artifacts and not because it is present in the world today... Its inequality of wealth destroyed it along with many of its people... We want our commonwealth to endure, and the only way is to keep that wealth common where it can entice education, invention and ingenuity...Why American students do so poorly compared to others is obvious and has nothing to do with the want of teachers... The rewards of education shown even in the wages of teachers are gone... When the wages of hard work and education are the same as sloth and ignorance; that is: mere survival in the land of plenty, then why should anyone work hard for a misery that seems to be their fate???