“So we come to the final conclusion that neither communism nor property is suitable as a basis for a just society. Their aims are good, but their results are bad, because communism rejects independence and property rejects equality. But the synthesis of communism and property, which is ‘liberty,’ fulfils these deficiencies, providing a society where equality, justice, independence, and the recognition of individual merits can all flourish…” from George Woodcock, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, p. 51.