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" ... in which there is an abundance of rich and fertile land, a very small proportion of which is required to be cultivated for the support of the actual population, or indeed can be cultivated with the capital which the population can command, there will... "
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE - Page 104
by H.C. CAREY - 1858
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - Economics - 1821 - 538 pages
...can be cultivated with the capital which the population can command, there will be no rent ; for no one would pay for the use of land, when there was...yet appropriated, and, therefore, at the disposal of whosoever might choose to cultivate it. On the common principles of supply and demand, no rent could...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 1

Adam Smith, Germain Garnier (comte), Dugald Stewart - Business & Economics - 1835
...be cultivated with the capital which the popu' lation can command, there will be no rent ; for no ' one would pay for the use of land, when there was...appropriated, and, ' therefore, at the disposal of whosoever might choose ' to cultivate it. ' On the common principles of supply and demand, ' ho rent...
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The laws of wages, profits, and rent, investigated

George Tucker - Economics - 1837 - 189 pages
...more particular examination of the theory they oppose. That theory is thus stated by Mr. Ricardo:* "If all land had the same properties, if it were boundless in quantity, and uniform in quality, no * Principles of Political Economy, Chap. II. charge could be made for its use, unless where it possessed...
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Principles of Political Economy, Parts 1-4

Henry Charles Carey - Economics - 1837
...quantity of accommodation that he may have, at less expense, by adding another story to his house. pay for the use of land when there was an abundant quantity not yet appropriated ?" Who would pay ten, or twenty, dollars for land in Illinois or Alabama, when thousands of acres could...
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The Great western magazine and Anglo-American journal, ed. by I.C. Pray

Isaac Clarke Pray - History - 1842
...But it will be better to let the teachers of the doctrine speak for themselves. Mr. Ricardo rays, " If all land had the same properties, if it were ^boundless in quant ity and uniform in quality, no charge could be made for its use, unless where it possessed peculiar...
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The whistler at the plough. Also, 'Free trade and the League'.

Alexander Somerville - 1853
...can be cultivated with the capital which the population can command, there will be no rent ; for no one would pay for the use of land when there was an...yet appropriated, and, therefore, at the disposal of whosoever might choose to cultivate it. " On the common principles of supply and demand, no rent could...
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The Elements of Political Economy

Henry Dunning Macleod - Economics - 1858 - 573 pages
...can be cultivated with the capital which the population can command, there will be no rent. For no one would pay for the use of land, when there was...yet appropriated, and therefore at the disposal of whosoever might choose to cultivate it any more that he would pay rent for the use of air, and water,...
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The elements of political economy

Henry Dunning Macleod - Economics - 1858 - 573 pages
...population can command, there will be no rent. For no one would pay for the use of land, when thei-e was an abundant quantity not yet appropriated, and therefore at the disposal of whosoever might choose to cultivate it any more that he would pay rent for the use of air, and water,...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - Economics - 1872
...can be cultivated with the capital which the population can Command, there will be no rent. For no one would pay for the use of land, when there was...yet appropriated, and therefore at the disposal of whosoever might choose to cultivate it any more that he would pay rent for the use of air, and water,...
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The Principles of Economical Philosophy, Volume 1

Henry Dunning Macleod - Economics - 1872
...population can command, there will be no rent. For no one would pay for the use of land, wWn tYiwre was an abundant quantity not yet appropriated, and therefore at the disposal of whosoever might choose to cultivate it any more that he would pay rent for the use of air, and water,...
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