Monopoly Cards Printable

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Date   17 Dec 2011
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Monopoly Property Cards Template

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The "Monopoly" board game has its origins in the early 20th century. The earliest known variant of "Monopoly" known as "The Landlord's Game" was created by an American, Elizabeth Magie, and copyrighted for the first time in 1904 but already existing in 1902. Magie, a follower of Henry George, originally intended to demonstrate "The Landlord's Game" the economic implications of "Ricardo's Law of Economic rent" and the Georgian principles of economic privilege and land value taxation. From 1906 through the 1930s a series of board games was created involving the purchase and selling of land and the growth of that property. A board game like the new version of Monopoly sold by Parker Brothers and their associated companies in the rest of the 20th century and into the 21st century had been produced by 1933. Several people have contributed to the design and development of the game, mainly in the Midwestern United States and near to the East Coast of the United States.

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Original Monopoly Property Cards Printable

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Original Monopoly Property Cards Printable

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Monopoly: The Card Game is basing loosely on the Monopoly board game. The aim is to draw, exchange and organize cards along with bonus cards into "color-groups" Players take turns to draw and discard cards before one finishes a deck. Then the value of the hand of each player is counted, and they receive the amount of Monopoly money they have won.


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