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" The condition of the class can be bettered in no other way than by altering that proportion to their advantage ; and every scheme for their benefit which does not proceed on this as its foundation, is, for all permanent purposes, a delusion. "
Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ... - Page 335
by John Stuart Mill - 1899
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The Edinburgh review: or Critical journal, Volume 88

Sydney Smith - History - 1848
...because capital bears a greater proportion to population. Their condition can be bettered in no way but by altering that proportion to their advantage ; and...foundation is, for all permanent purposes, a delusion. Though capital should for a time double itself-simultaneously with population, if all this capital...
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The Truth-seeker in philosophy, literature, and religion, ed. by F.R. Lees ...

Truth-seeker and present age - 1849
...amount even of the funds destined for distribution among the laborers ; it is the proportion bctween those funds and the numbers among whom they are shared. The condition of the class can be bcttered in no other way than by altering that proportion to thcir advantage : and every scheme for...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1852 - 571 pages
...labouring class ; it is not the amount even of the funds destined for distribution among the labourers : it is the proportion between those funds and the numbers...other way than by altering that proportion to their i advantage : and every scheme for their benefit, which does \ not proceed on this as its foundation,...
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The Principles of Political Economy Applied to the Condition: The Resources ...

Francis Bowen - Economics - 1856 - 546 pages
...will refrain from overstocking the labor market, their condition as a class may be bettered ; but " every scheme for their benefit, which does not proceed...foundation, is, for all permanent purposes, a delusion." " It is impossible," continues Mr. Mill, " that population should increase at its utmost rate without...
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History of Civilization in England, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - Civilization - 1857
...labouring class ; it is not the amount even of the funds destined for distribution among the labourers ; it is the proportion between those funds and the numbers...foundation, is, for all permanent purposes, a delusion." Mill's Principles of Political Economy, 1849, vol. i p. 425. See also vol. ii. pp. 264, 263, and Hf-Culloc/t's...
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History of Civilization in England, Volume 2

Henry Thomas Buckle - France - 1858
...funds destined for distribution among the labourers ; it is the proportion between those funds ;.nd the numbers among whom they are shared. The condition...foundation, is, for all permanent purposes, a delusion." Mill's Principles of Political Economy, 1849, vol. ip 4^5. See also vol. ii. pp. 264, -2(55, and Jf'Culloch't...
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History of civilization in England, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - History - 1858 - 597 pages
...labouring class ; it is not the amount even of the funds destined for distribution among the labourers ; it is the proportion between those funds and the numbers...altering that proportion to their advantage; and every scheine for their benefit which does not proceed on this as its foundation, is, for all permanent purposes,...
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History of civilization in England, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - History - 1858
...labouring class ; it is not the amount even of the funds destined for distribution among the labourers ; it is the proportion between those funds and the numbers...among whom they are shared. The condition of the class c:m be bettered in no other way than by altering that proportion to their advantage ; and every scheme...
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History of civilization in England, Volume 1

Henry Thomas Buckle - England - 1858
...labouring classy it is not the amount even of the funds destined for distribution among the laboureriff´t is the proportion between those funds and the numbers among whom they are shartid. The condition of the class can be bettered in no other way than by altering that proportion...
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The Principles of Political Economy Applied to the Condition: The Resources ...

Francis Bowen - Economics - 1859 - 546 pages
...will refrain from overstocking the labor market, their condition as a class may be bettered ; but " every scheme for their benefit, which does not proceed...foundation, is, for all permanent purposes, a delusion." " It is impossible," continues Mr. Mill, " that population should increase at its utmost rate without...
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