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Taxes on particular commodities fall on the consumer, . -3. Peculiar effects of
taxes on necessaries, - - - - ~4. — how modified by the tendency of profits to a
minimum, . 5. Effects of discriminating duties, - - - - 6. Effects produced on
Cases in which the consumer is an incompetent judge of the commodity.
Education, . - - e e e - e e - Case of persons exercising power over others.
Protection of children and young persons; of the lower animals. Case of women
not analogous, ...
I say everything, though it is of course possible that the influx of money might take
place through the medium of some new class of consumers, or in such a manner
as to alter the proportions of different classes of consumers to one another, ...
... or by the increased demand for gold and silver articles by wealthy consumers.
Even if this small annual supply were stopt entirely, it would require many years
to reduce the quantity so much as to make any very material difference in prices.
With Some of Their Applications to Social Philosophy John Stuart Mill. trious
classes—to producers and dealers. Credit given by dealers to unproductive
consumers is never an addition, but always a detriment, to the sources of public
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