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Profits resolvable into three parts ; interest, insurance, and wages of
superintendence, 495 2. The minimum of profits ; and the variations to which it is
liable, 498 3. Differences of profits arising from the nature of the particular
The ruler of a society of this description, after providing largely for his own
support, and that of all persons in whom he feels an interest, and after
maintaining as many soldiers as he thinks needful for his security or his state, has
a disposable ...
But this state of political relations, most useful, while it lasted, to the progress and
ultimate interest of mankind, had not the elements of durability. A small
conquering community which does not incorporate its conquests, always ends by
... left no alternative but to allow to the cultivators, as an incentive to exertion,
some real interest in the soil. If, for example, they were compelled to labour, three
days in the week, for their superior, the produce of the remaining days was their ...
They are all concerned in producing food, and depend for their remuneration on
the food produced ; when the one class abounds and flourishes, the others do so
too ; they form collectively the " agricultural interest ; " they render but one ...
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