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Philosophically, it does not, at first sight, appear reasonable (many writers have
endeavoured to prove it unreasonable) that a peaceable and rational person,
whose trade is buying and selling, should be held in less honour than an ...
I have to acknowledge an interesting communication on the subject of free trade
from Paisley (for a short letter from “A Well-wisher '' at , my thanks are yet more
due). But the Scottish writer will, I fear, be disagreeably surprised to hear, that I
Little by little, you must restore it to freedom and to air. Most people's minds are in
curious confusion on the subject of free trade, because they suppose it to imply
enlarged competition. On the contrary, free trade puts an end to all competition.
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