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" I assert that in any given state of civilization a greater number of people can collectively be better provided for than a smaller. I assert that the injustice of society, not the niggardliness of nature, is the cause of the want and misery which the... "
Progress and Poverty: A Review of the Doctrines of Henry George - Сторінка 22
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.
...doctrine is true; and, within the limits in which we have reason to suppose increase would still go on, in any given state of civilization a greater number of people can produce a larger proportionate amount of wealth, and more fully supply their wants, than can a smaller...
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The Victorian Review, Том 4

H. Mortimer Franklyn - 1881
...to overpopulation. This our Californian writer denies. " I assert that the very reverse is the case. In any given state of civilization, a greater number...collectively be better provided for than a smaller. I «es«rt that the new mouths which an increasing population calls into existence require no more food...
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Progress and Poverty. ...

Henry George - 1882 - 87 стор.
...would have a sufficiency of those, and the further increase of population would be arrested by death."* All this I deny. I assert that the very reverse of...propositions is true. I assert that in any given state of civilisation a greater number of people can collectively be better provided for than a smaller. I assert...
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, Том 157

1883
...Political Economy, book i., chap. xiii. Mr. George meets this statement with a flat contradiction : — ' All this I deny. I assert that the very reverse of...these propositions is true. I assert that in any given stale of civilisation a greater number of people can collectively be better provided for than a smaller....
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Mr. Henry George, the "orthodox": An Examination of Mr. George's Position as ...

Robert Scott Moffat - 1885 - 296 стор.
...does not aggravate the evil, but, at most, causes it to be somewhat earlier felt." He proceeds : " All this I deny. I assert that the very reverse of...that in any given state of civilization a greater Dumber of people can collectively be better provided for than a smaller. I assert that the injustice...
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Man's Birthright: Or, The Higher Law of Property

Edward Hewes Gordon Clark - 1885 - 133 стор.
...doctrine is true ; and, within the limits which we have reason to suppose increase would still go on, in any given state of civilization a greater number of people can produce a larger proportional amount of wealth and more fully supply their wants, than can a smaller...
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The Promotion of General Happiness: A Utilitarian Essay

Michael MacMillan - 1890 - 186 стор.
...form of rent. The arguments by which he attempts to prove that " in any given state of civilisation a greater number of people can collectively be better provided for than a smaller," and that " the new mouths which an increasing population calls into existence require no more food...
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Contemporary Socialism

John Rae - 1891 - 508 стор.
...subsistence superabound, is his comfortable counter-proposition to Malthusianism. " I assert," says he, " that in any given state of civilization a greater...provided for than a smaller. ... I assert that the new mouths which an increasing population calls into existence, require no more food than the old ones,...
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Geschichte und kritische Studien zur Entwicklung der ökonomischen Theorien ...

Henry Jewett Furber - 1891 - 87 стор.
...gleichen Sinne Folgendes schreibt: „I assert that in any given state of civilisation a greater unmber of people can collectively be better provided for than a smaller. I assert that the injustice of soeiety not the niggardliness of natnre is the cause of the want and misery which the cnrrent theory...
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The Complete Works of Henry George: perplexed philosopher [Herbert Spencer

Henry George - 1911
...doctrine is true; and, within the limits in which we have reason to suppose increase would still go on, in any given state of civilization a greater number of people can produce a larger proportionate amount of wealth, and more fully supply their wants, than can a smaller...
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