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" ... land will begin to have a value and yield rent. And though the productiveness of my land may decrease, yet if the productiveness of the land to be had without charge decreases in greater proportion, the rent I can get, and consequently the value of... "
Progress and Poverty: A Review of the Doctrines of Henry George - Сторінка 33
автори: George Basil Dixwell - 1882 - 46 стор.
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Progress and Poverty: An Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions ...

Henry George - 1879 - 568 стор.
...the rent I can get, and consequently the value of my land, will steadily increase. Rent, in short, is the price of monopoly, arising from the reduction...which human exertion can neither produce nor increase. If one man owned all the land accessible to any community, he could, of course, demand any price or...
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Premises of Free Trade Examined: Also Reviews of Bastiat's "Sophisms of ...

George Basil Dixwell - 1883 - 232 стор.
...which, according to his own dictum, nine tenths of the product is due to the assistance of capital KENT AND CAPITAL. He asserts that " rent is the price of...sufficient capital will yield as much as fifty without. Rent, then, is kept in check by capital. Moreover, he would have us believe that rent 'has actually...
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The Complete Works of Henry George: perplexed philosopher [Herbert Spencer

Henry George - 1911
...the rent I can get, and consequently the value of my land, will steadily increase. Bent, in short, is the price of monopoly, arising from the reduction...which human exertion can neither produce nor increase. If one man owned all the land accessible to any community, he could, of course, demand any price or...
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Why Government at All?: A Philosophical Examination of the Principles of ...

William Henry Van Ornum - 1892 - 368 стор.
...perhaps I should say, his positions, for he seems to hold several ; at one time speaking of rent as ' ' the price of monopoly, arising from the reduction to individual ownership of the natural elements which human exertion can neither produce or increase," (the land) ; and at another,...
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Outlines of Lectures on the Taxation of Land Values: An Explanation with ...

Louis Freeland Post - 1912 - 145 стор.
...the rent I can get, and consequently the value of my land, will steadily increase. Rent, in short, is the price of monopoly, arising from the reduction...human exertion can neither produce nor increase." — Progress and Poverty, book in, ch. ii. 93. "Rent is the effect of a monopoly; though the monopoly...
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The Principles of Natural Taxation: Showing the Origin and Progress of Plans ...

Charles Bowdoin Fillebrown - 1917 - 281 стор.
...the rent I can get, and consequently the value of my land, will steadily increase. Rent, in short, is the price of monopoly, arising from the reduction...which human exertion can neither produce nor increase. If one man owned all the land accessible to any community, he could, of course, demand any price or...
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The Principles of Natural Taxation: Showing the Origin and Progress of Plans ...

Charles Bowdoin Fillebrown - 1917 - 281 стор.
...the rent I can get, and consequently the value of my land, will steadily increase. Rent, in short, is the price of monopoly, arising from the reduction...elements which human exertion can neither produce nor increase.1 That natural fertility is a source of rent has become almost axiomatic, so deeply is the...
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Progress and Poverty, an Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions ...

Henry George - 1923 - 568 стор.
...land, will steadily increase. Rent, in short, is the price of monopoly, arising from the V^reduction to individual ownership of natural elements which human exertion can neither produce nor increase. If one man owned all the laud accessible to any community, he could, of course, demand any price or...
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Classics of American Political and Constitutional Thought: Reconstruction to ...

Scott J. Hammond, Kevin R. Hardwick, Howard Leslie Lubert - 2007 - 963 стор.
...the rent I can get, and consequently the value of my land, will steadily increase. Rent, in short, reasonableness of the exercise of the protective power of the [. . .] Perhaps it may conduce to a fuller understanding of the law of rent to put it in this form:...
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