Property Rights ensure a healthy society because they provide a rooted self-interest, require the rule of law and foster interconnected citizenship.
Property Rights are therefore to be not just respected and preserved, but spread. Indeed much of the economic dynamism of the United States is due to our well developed and well defended set of property rights. In contrast, poorly developed and poorly performing countries have poor property rights, a concept best articulated by Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto.
Burkeans must therefore be on the hunt for how to spread property rights and on the defense against their abrogation.