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instruments of production, and receives, after paying a rent to the landowner, all
the produce : in other cases, the landlord, his paid agents, and the labourers, are
the only sharers. Manufactures, again, are sometimes carried on by scattered ...
Suppose, however, that C, the borrowing landlord, is a spendthrift, who burdens
his land not to increase his fortune but to squander it, expending the amount in
equipages and entertainments. In a year or two it is dissipated, and f)0 BOOK I.
... labourers, regularly reproducing what they consumed : and of this
maintenance they are deprived without compensation. Let us now vary the
hypothesis still further, and suppose that the money is borrowed, not by a
landlord, but by the State ...
It is the real net produce of the country. The phrase, net produce, is often taken in
a more limited sense, to denote only the profits of the capitalist and the rent of the
landlord, under the idea that nothing can be included in the net produce of ...
but the land might be occupied for one season only, as among the ancient
Germans ; or might be periodically redivided as population increased : or the
State might be the universal landlord, and the cultivators tenants under it, either
on lease ...
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