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This measure was ingof probably more severe than it was made to appear in
later tradition, pastures- wmcn maintained that it fixed the maximum holding of
public land for grazing purposes at 3C0 acres — an impossibly high figure for a
Tiberius' motive fok land- reform, I A slave- rising in Sicily. (p. I86).1 With such an
ancestry and such a personal record, Tiberius had merely to observe the Roman
nobleman's ordinary code of " good form ", and his career was assured.
13-14) □ With the issues raised by Tiberius, we may compare the land problem
in Australia c. 1850, when the advocates of small-holdings and intensive
cultivation proceeded to break up the extensive sheep-rearing estates of the "
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