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" A small proprietor, however, who knows every part of his little territory, who views it with all the affection which property, especially small property, naturally inspires, and who upon that account takes pleasure not only in cultivating but in adorning... "
France of To-day: A Survey, Comparative and Retrospective - Сторінка 7
автори: Matilda Betham-Edwards - 1890 - 309 стор.
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Enlightenment Tory in Victorian Scotland: The Career of Sir Archibald Alison

Michael Michie - 1997 - 228 стор.
...views it with all the affection which property, especially small property, naturally inspires, ... who upon that account takes pleasure not only in cultivating but in adorning it," and who "is generally of all improvers the most industrious, the most intelligent, and the most successful."28...
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Adam Smith Across Nations : Translations and Receptions of The Wealth of ...

Cheng-chung Lai - 2000 - 480 стор.
...Union, the United States, and Sweden, Rydenfelt quoted WN, to wit the sayings that a small proprietor is generally of all improvers the most industrious, the most intelligent, and the most successful and that the work done by slaves is in the end the dearest of any (Rydenfelt, 1983, 34, cf. Smith,...
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John A. Hobson: Critical Assessments of Leading Economists

John Cunningham Wood, Robert D. Wood - 2003 - 224 стор.
...This led to land monopoly, bad cultivation, and the prevention of ownership by the small man "who is of all improvers, the most industrious, the most intelligent and the most successful."64 Secondly, mercantilist interference, artificially promoting manufactures and foreign...
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The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment

George Anastaplo - 2005 - 826 стор.
...territory, who views it all with the affection which property, especially small property, naturally inspires, and who upon that account takes pleasure...intelligent, and the most successful. [Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations, p. 392] is not a certain degree of confidence in the justice of government." Ibid.,...
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Romantic Moods: Paranoia, Trauma, and Melancholy, 1790–1840

Thomas Pfau - 2005 - 572 стор.
...little territory, who views it with the affection which property, especially small property, naturally inspires, and who upon that account takes pleasure...industrious, the most intelligent, and the most successful." At the same time, however, "the law of primogeniture, and perpetuities of different kinds" remain a...
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Agrarentwicklung: historische Agrarrevolutionen und Entwicklungsökonomie

Michael Kopsidis - 2006 - 391 стор.
...views it with all the affection which property, especially small property, naturally inspires, ... , is generally of all improvers the most industrious, the most intelligent, and the most successful"; A Smith, a,a,O., Buch III, Kap. 2, S. 268. Ein Großgrundbesitzer sei dagegen selten ein "great improver";...
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The Real Price of Everything: Rediscovering the Six Classics of Economics

Michael Lewis - 2007 - 1467 стор.
...little territory, views it with all the affection which property, especially small property, naturally value, is alone The same regulations, besides, keep so much land out of the market, that there are always more capitals...
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The Atlantic Enlightenment

Susan Manning, Francis D. Cogliano - 2008 - 209 стор.
...approvingly quoted Smith's celebration of the superior virtue and patriotism of the 'small proprietor', 'of all improvers the most industrious, the most intelligent, and the most successful'.14 Smith's agrarian bias — a bias toward the home market — was apparent in his juxtaposition...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Том 2

Adam Smith - 1809
...little territory, views it with all the affection which property, especially small property, naturally inspires, and who, upon that account, takes pleasure...industrious, the most intelligent, and the most successful. The same regulations, besides, keep .so much land out of the market, that there are always j&iore capitals...
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