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Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ... - Page 288
by John Stuart Mill - 1899
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Principles of political economy, with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...state of the arts of production; that it is favourable in quite as many respects as it is unfavourable, to the most effective use of the powers of the soil...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no other, therefore, is on the whole...
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Principles of political economy, with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...of the arts of production ; that it is favourable in quite as many respects as it is unfavourable, to the most effective use of the powers of the soil;...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no other, therefore, is on the whole...
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The social condition and education of the people in England and ..., Volume 1

Joseph Kay - Education - 1850 - 540 pages
...etate of the arts of production ; that it is favourable in quite as many respects as it is unfavourable to the most effective use of the powers of the soil...of the population, nor tends, on the whole, so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no other, therefore, is, on the whole,...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1852 - 571 pages
...additional facts and observations will be found in the Appendix. many respects as it is unfavourable, to the most effective use of the powers of the soil...frugality, and prudence of the population, nor tends ou the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no existing...
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The Elements of Social Science: Or, Physical, Sexual and Natural Religion

George R. Drysdale - Birth control - 1861 - 592 pages
...peasant properties," he says, " I conceive it to be established, that there is nc necessary connexion between this form of landed property and an imperfect...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers; and that no existing state, therefore, is on...
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The elements of social science; or, Physical, sexual, and natural religion ...

George Drysdale - 1861
...peasant properties," he says, "I conceive it to be established, that there is nc necessary connexion between this form of landed property and an imperfect...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers; and that no existing state, therefore, is on...
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Chapters and speeches on the Irish land question

John Stuart Mill - 1870
..." Principles of Political Economy." is favourable in quite as many respects as it is unfavourable, to the most effective use of the powers of the soil...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no existing state, therefore, is...
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Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1870
...; that it is favourable in qnite as many respects as it is unfavourable, to the most effective u?v of the powers of the soil ; that no other existing...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no existing state, therefore, is...
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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
...quite as many respects as it is unfavourable, to the most effective use of the powers of the eoil ; that no other existing state of agricultural economy...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers ; and that no existing state, therefore, is...
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The elements of social science; or, Physical, sexual, and natural religion ...

George Drysdale - 1876
...effective use of the powers of the soil; that no other existing state of agricultural economy has go beneficial an effect on the industry, the intelligence,...of the population, nor tends on the whole so much to discourage an improvident increase of their numbers; and that no existing state, therefore, is on...
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