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In the nomad state, some have an abundance of cattle, sufficient for the food of a
multitude, while others have not contrived to appropriate and retain any
superfluity, or perhaps any cattle at all. But subsistence has ceased to be
Unless the labourer, before commencing his work, possesses a store of food, or
can obtain access to the stores of some one else, in sufficient quantity to maintain
him until the production is completed, he can undertake no labour but such as ...
... unless the harvest would yield, besides the remuneration of the farm labourers
(and a profit for advancing it), a sufficient residue to remunerate the plough-
maker's labourers, give the plough-maker a profit, and a profit to the farmer on
consumers prefer resorting to him if he is conveniently accessible ; and dealers
therefore find their advantage in establishing themselves in every locality where
there are sufficient consumers near at hand to afford them a remuneration.
labonr beyond a bare subsistence, could possibly have arisen : since whatever is
so paid, is not really applied to production, but to the unproductive consumption
of productive labourers, indicating a fund for production sufficiently ample to ...
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Pragmatic or muddled? Mill sets out to explore economic principles but, ultimately, finds that there is no principle which doesn't have any amount of conceivable exceptions. You have to wonder why its ... Читати огляд повністю