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The rate of interest determines the price of land and of securities, . e e e - e - - -
213 .” CHAPTER XXIV. Of the Regulation of a Convertible Paper Currency.
CHAPTER XXV. Of the Competition of different Countries sin the. § 1. Two
The increase of the rent of land from natural causes a fit subject of peculiar
taxation, . - - - - e 6. A land tax, in some cases, not taxation, but a rent-charge in
favour of the public, . - - e - - - . 414 7. Taxes falling on capital, not necessarily ...
e e - e Cases in which public intervention may be necessary to give effect to the
wishes of the persons interested. Examples: hours of labour; disposal of colonial
lands, . Case of acts done for the benefit of others than the persons concerned.
If A, a dealer, supplies goods to B, a land-owner or annuitant, to be paid for at the
end of five years, as much of the capital of A as is equal to the value of these
goods, remains for five years unproductive. During such a period, if payment had
On this theory there have been many schemes for “coining the whole land of the
country into money '' and the like. In so far as this notion has any connexion at all
with reason, it seems to originate in confounding two entirely distinct evils, ...
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