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" By population is here meant the number only of the labouring class, or rather of those who work for hire ; and by capital, only circulating capital, and not even the whole of that, but the part which is expended in the direct purchase of labour. "
A History of the Theories of Production and Distribution: In English ... - Page 271
by Edwin Cannan - 1903 - 422 pages
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A Critical Examination of Mr. George's "Progress & Poverty" and Mr. Mill's ...

Francis Davy Longe - 1883 - 58 pages
...in the direct purchase of labour. To this, however, must be added all funds which, without forming part of capital, are paid in exchange for labour,...familiar term the aggregate of what may be called the wage fund of a country ; and as the wages of productive labour form nearly the whole of that fund,...
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Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1885 - 591 pages
...the whole of that, but the part which is expended in the direct purchase of labour. To this, however, must be added all funds which, without forming a part...unproductive labourers. There is unfortunately no mode ni expressing by one familiar term, the aggregate of what may be called tho wages-fund of a country...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1886
...the whole of that, but the part which is expended in the direct purchase of labour. To this, however, must be added all funds which, without forming a part...expressing by one familiar term, the aggregate of what has been called EE 2 the wages-fund of a country : and as the wages of productive labour form nearly...
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Principles of Political Economy

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1887 - 670 pages
...exchange for labor, such as the wages of soldiers, domestic servants, and all other unproductive laborers. There is unfortunately no mode of expressing, by one...familiar term, the aggregate of what may be called the wages-fund of a country : and, as the wages of productive labor form nearly the whole of that fund,...
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Principles of political economy

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1887 - 670 pages
...the whole of that, but the part which is expended in the direct purchase of labor. To this, however, must be added all funds which, without forming a part of capital, are paid in exchange for labor, such as the wages of soldiers, domestic servants, and all other unproductive laborers. There...
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Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., Volume 1

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1888
...the whole of that, but the part which is expended in the direct purchase of labour. To this, however, must be added all funds which, without forming a part...familiar term, the aggregate of what may be called the wages-fund of a country : and as the wages of productive labour form nearly the whole of that fund,...
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Principles of the Economic Philosophy of Society, Government and Industry

Van Buren Denslow - Economics - 1888 - 782 pages
...other unproductive laborers. There is, unfortunately, no mode of expressing by one familiar term tha aggregate of what may be called the wages- fund of a country; and as the wages of productive labor form nearly the whole of that fund, it is usual to overlook the smaller and less important part...
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Principles of the Economic Philosophy of Society, Government and Industry

Van Buren Denslow - Economics - 1888 - 782 pages
...whole of that, but tbe part which is expended in the direct purchase of labor. To this, however, most be added all funds which, without forming a part of capital, are paid in exchange for labor, such as the wages of soldiers, domestic servants, and all other unproductive laborers. There...
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PRINCIPLES OF THE ECONOMIC PHILOSOPHY OF SOCIETY, GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY

VAN BUREN DENSLOW - 1888
...however, must be added all funds which,witnout forming a part of capital, are paid in exchange for labor, such as the wages of soldiers, domestic servants, and all other unproductive laborers. There ie, unfortunately, no mode of expressing by one familiar term the aggregate of what...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 1

Political science - 1890
...the part which is expended in the direct purchase of labor. To this, however, must be adde all the funds which, without forming a part of capital, are paid in exchange for labor, such as the wages of soldiers, domestic servants, and all other unproductive laborers. There...
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