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  1. Private property is what you own, if you have an apartment, then this is your private property, if you have a telephone, then it is also private property.

    For example, under the soviets, private property was prohibited, and everything that people had (apartments, bicycles, and even underpants), everything was state-owned, that is, state-owned.

    (In all dictatorial communist countries, private property is prohibited, such as in North Korea.)

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