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When there wasn’t any money involved, for all intents and purposes, nobody gave a damn. But now the land, supposedly worthless, is seen for what it really is: an incredibly valuable asset.
Western concepts of ownership and privatization came in and clashed with that. So land began to be exchanged.
There was a queen that was overthrown here. So I was affected by all of that and felt profoundly grateful for the opportunity to live in Hawaii, and I set out at once to try to fit in.
So as soon as the land was worth something and there was money in the bank, all of a sudden everybody got interested in non-discrimination, in who’s really going to administer this stuff.
Land began to be seen as something to be owned privately and exploited for private interests, and never was entirely reconciled with the old ideas that land should be utilized in common for the good of all.
I remember saying to the chairman after serving the first year, β€œWhy are we doing this? Why don’t the Hawaiians have control?” β€œWell, we have no mechanism to do it,” I was told.
A good portion of the airport is on ceded lands, and lease money was paid for that. So the state’s collecting lease money because all of a sudden β€œworthless” land now has an airport on it.
So there’s always been this clash between what is the public good – that which belongs to all of us in common – and what can be exploited for a private interest.
He told us he was going to take crime out of the streets. He did. He took it into the damn White House.