... free to work hard or not; he may make his own bargains and set his price upon his labor or his products. He is free to acquire property to any extent, or to part with it. By dint of greater effort or superior skill, or by intelligence, if he can make... Economics for Upper Grades - Page 55by Charles Fletcher Dole - 1920 - 93 pagesFull view
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Charles Fletcher Dole - Political science - 1891 - 368 pages
...skill, or by intelligence, can make better wages than his neighbor, he is free to live better ; as his neighbor is free to follow his example and to learn to excel him in turn. If any one has a genius like Rothschild, for handling and managing money, he is free to exercise his genius,...