HIGHER REACHES ANSWERS: Can anyone ‘own’ land? Author Simon Winchester explores the history, morality and legalities of such claims [March 9, 2021]

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1. A

2. They believe land should be shared by all and owned by no one.

3. Legerdemain

4. It can be sarcastic/ironic/amusing at times.

5. Mao Zedong implemented the system despite knowing that it resulted in disastrous consequences in Ukraine.

6. It’s not a serious academic text./It’s more suited to light reading, rather than a reference text./It’s something to read when you want to relax, not for serious research.

7. C

8. (i) F

(ii) NG

(iii) T

(iv) F

9. D

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