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" Buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest," represents, or under any circumstances could represent, an available principle of national economy. Buy in the cheapest market? — yes; but what made your market cheap? Charcoal may be cheap among... "
Unto This Last - Page 31
by John Ruskin - 2006 - 104 pages
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - Electronic journals - 1860
...know, there is not in history record of anything so disgraceful to the human intellect as the"" modern idea that the commercial text, " Buy in the cheapest...earthquake ; but fire and earthquake may not therefore be national benefits. Sell in the dearest ? — yes, truly ; but what made your market dear ? You sold...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - Electronic journals - 1860
...human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text, " Buy in the cheapest market and Bell in the dearest," represents, or under any circumstances...earthquake ; but fire and earthquake may not therefore be national benefits. Sell in the dearest ? — yes, truly ; but what made your market dear ? You sold...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 21

American literature - 1860
...know, there is not in history record of any thing so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text, "Buy in the cheapest...economy. Buy in the cheapest market? — yes; but whit made your market cheap? Charcoal may bo cheap among your roof timbers after a fire, and bricks...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1860
...I know, there is not in history record anything so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text, ' Buy in the cheapest...represent, an available principle of national economy." Here, then, is the great iniquity which these essays are intended to lay bare to the light of day in...
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The Workman's Bane & Antidote: Comprising the Essay on Strikes Read at the ...

John Watts - 1861 - 68 pages
...the effect that "there is not in history anything so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text — buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest — represents an available principle of national economy." The doctrine thus quoted, and circulated amongst working...
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Dublin examination papers

1863
...284-5) : —" So far as I know, there is nothing so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea, that the commercial text: ' buy in the cheapest...earthquake : but fire and earthquake may not therefore be national benefits." 4. Analyse cost of production into its constituent elements, point out its influence...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volume 12

Inventions - 1866
...I know, there is not in history record anything so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text, ' Buy in the cheapest...represent, an available principle of national economy." Here, then, is the great iniquity which these essays are intended to lay bare to the light of day in...
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John Ruskin: Aspects of His Thought and Teachings : [bibliog.].

Edmund J. Baillie - 1882 - 68 pages
...any means such ghost or vision may be avoided." The credit system, too, has been denounced; as also the "commercial text" — "Buy in the cheapest market and sell in the dearest " — which Mr. BUSKIN reckons a historical record disgraceful to the human intellect. This — or...
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The Works of John Ruskin: Time and tide, by Weare and Tyne. "Unto this last ...

John Ruskin - 1887
...know, there is not in history record of anything so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text, " Buy in the cheapest...earthquake ; but fire and earthquake may not therefore be national benefits. Sell in the dearest ? — yes, truly ; but what made your market dear ? You sold...
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The Christian Unity of Capital and Labor ...

Harry W. Cadman - Capitalism - 1888 - 261 pages
...Last," "there is not in history record of anything so disgraceful to the human intellect as the modern idea that the commercial text, ' Buy in the cheapest...represent, an available principle of national economy." And elsewhere, "Whenever we buy, or try to buy cheap goods, goods offered at a price that we know cannot...
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