"Private property rights are one of the pillars of capitalist economies, as well as many legal systems, and moral philosophies. Within a private property rights regime, individuals need the ability to exclude others from the uses and benefits of their property." (https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/property_rights.asp)
To a growing number of people, it seems that private property is an outdated concept or that the government has a duty to restrict a person's usage of their property.
What do you think?
Every candidate and every political party who fields candidates for public office should both have and publish their position on this camp topic (Private Property Rights) as a condition for public support, so people know how the candidate proposes to represent them, and they (the people) can hold him (shorthand for all genders) accountable for how their actual representation and votes compare to what their campaign position on this topic was.