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The landlord, however, whose estate is bounded by a kelp shore of this kind,
demands a rent for it as much as for his corn fields. The sea in the
neighbourhood of the islands of Shetland is more than commonly abundant in
fish, which make a ...
11 These propositions of Smith are important, because they reduce the rent of
land, where costs of production and size are equal, to the degree of fertility of the
soil. This clearly demonstrates the perversion of concepts in political economy, ...
The relationship of rising rents and rising misery is one example of the landlord's
interest in society, for a rise in house rent also means a rise in ground rent - the
interest on the land on which the house stands. (2) According to the political ...
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Critique of Hegels
Doctrine of the State 1843
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