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In his chapter on Capital," Mr. J. S. Mill instances, as a capitalist, a hardware
manufacturer, who, having intended to spend a certain portion of the proceeds of
his business in buying plate and jewels, changes his mind, and “pays it as wages
I should have regretted the need of pointing out inconsistency in any portion of Mr
. Mill's work, had not the value of his work proceeded from its inconsistencies. He
deserves honour among economists by inadvertentlydisclaiming the principles ...
The dictum of Mill that “a demand for commodities is not a demand for labour" is
another example of infelicitous expression of a partial truth incurring rejection of it
altogether. Later writers have hammered at it until it is not allowed to stand ...
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