What is the right to property?

The right to property is the physical means of implementing the concept of rights, without which no other rights are possible. Property begins with ownership of one’s self and extends to those things that one has acquired through trade, and improved through production.

The right to property does not mean one will own property, i.e., a phone, a car, or a house. It only means that one’s freedom to use and dispose of one’s property, which one has honestly acquired (either through production or trade), will not be infringed upon, so long as one respects the rights of others.