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steps in this ascending scale, we come into a region of fractions too minute for
calculation. Suppose, for instance, that the same plough will last, before being
worn out, a dozen years. Only one-twelfth of the labour of making the plough
must be ...
If we suppose that the same body of labourers carried on a manufacture, and
grew food to sustain themselves while doing it, they have had for their trouble the
food and the manufactured article ; but if they also grew the material and made
Hence it might be supposed that the labour employed in producing them ought
not to be regarded as productive, in the sense in which the term is understood by
political economists. I grant that no labour really tends to the enrichment of ...
Suppose that this second half of the labouring population ceased to work, and
that the government or their parishes maintained them in idleness for a whole
year : the first half would suffice to produce, as they had done before, their own ...
It is of no consequence that a part, or even the whole of it, is in a form in which it
cannot directly supply the wants of labourers. Suppose, for instance, that the
capitalist is a hardware manufacturer, and that his stock in trade, over and above
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