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Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ... - Page 293
by John Stuart Mill - 1899
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. With a comm ...

Adam Smith - 1836
...are capable of acquiring property, and having a certain proportion of the produce of the. Jand, they have a plain interest that the whole produce should...possible, in order that their own proportion may be so. A slave, on the contrary, who can acquire nothing but his maintenance, consults his own ease by making...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith, M. Garnier (Germain) - 1838 - 429 pages
...the time of Aristotle, it had not been much better in ancient Greece. they have a plain interest tbat the whole produce should be as great as possible, in order that their own proportion may be so. Л slave. on the contrary, who can acquire nothing but nis maintenance, consults his own ease, by making...
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Principles of political economy, with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...on the labourers. The landlord is no doubt liable in the end to suffer from their poverty, by being forced to make advances to them, especially in bad...beneficially on such landlords as prefer future security to present/profit. The characteristic disadvantage of the metayer system is very fairly stated by Adam...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1852 - 571 pages
...on the labourers. The landlord is no doubt liable in the end to suffer from their poverty, by being forced to make advances to them, especially in bad...should be as great as possible, in order that their own proi portion may be so," he continues,* " it could never, howI ever, be the interest of this species...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1866 - 591 pages
...on the labourers. The landlord is no doubt liable in the end to suffer from their poverty, by being forced to make advances to them, especially in bad...as possible, in order that their own proportion may he so," he continues,* " it could never, however, be the interest of this species of cultivators to...
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Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1870
...on the labourers. The landlord is no douli liable in the end to suffer from their poverty, by being forced to make advances to them, especially in bad...is very fairly stated by Adam Smith. After pointing ont that metayers " have a plain interest that the whole produce should be as great as possible, in...
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Ceylon: Indische volksbelangen

Arnold Willem Pieter Verkerk Pistorius - Sri Lanka - 1874 - 272 pages
...postponed. Adam Smith , after poiuting out that metayers »have a plain interest that the whole produee should be as great as possible, in order that their own proportion may be so ," continu.es , »it could never , however , be the interest of this species of cultivators to lay...
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Classical school of economics - 1875 - 591 pages
...on the labourers. The landlord is no doubt liable in the end to suffer from their poverty, by being forced to make advances to them, especially in bad...disadvantage of the metayer system is very fairly slated by Adam Smith. After pointing out tnat metayers " have a plain interest that the whole produce...
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An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. A careful ...

Adam Smith - 1875
...are capable of acquiring property, and having a certain proportion of the produce of the land, they have a plain interest that the whole produce should be as great a? possible, in order that their own proportion may be so. A slave, on the contrary, who can acquire...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1885 - 591 pages
...on the labourers. The landlord is no doubt liable in the end to süßer from their poverty, by being forced to make advances to them, especially in bad...possible, in order that their own proportion may be so,'1 he continues,* " it could never, however, be the interest of this species of cultivators to lay...
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