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" ... capital to another country, where he will be exempted from such burthens, becomes at last irresistible, and overcomes the natural reluctance which every man feels to quit the place of his birth, and the scene of his early associations. A country which... "
Mountains of Debt: Crisis and Change in Renaissance Florence, Victorian ... - Page 120
by Michael Veseth - 1990 - 256 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 46

1827
...on a large public debt, would act wisely in VOL. XLVI. NO, 92* 2 E • ransoming itself from thorn, at the sacrifice of any portion of • its property which might be necessary for the redemption of • the debt.' Before concluding, we may observe, that it has sometimes been...
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - Classical school of economics - 1821 - 538 pages
...scene of his early associations. A country which has involved itself in the difficulties attending this artificial system, would act wisely by ransoming...its debt. That which is wise in an individual, is wise also in a nation. A man who has 10,000/., paying him an income of 500/., out of which he has to...
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An Attempt to Shew the Justice and Expediency of Substituting an Income Or ...

Benjamin Sayer - Income tax - 1833 - 428 pages
...Country which has involved itself in the dif" ficulties attending this artificial system (a large Debt) would " act wisely by ransoming itself from them at...necessary to redeem its '' Debt. That which is wise in an individaul, is wise also in a " Nation. A man who has 10,000, paying him an Income of " 500, out...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, Volumes 10-11

Edward Isidore Sears - 1865
...which has involved itself in the difficulties attendant on a large public debt would act wisely in ransoming itself from them, at the sacrifice of any portion of its property which might be necessary for the redemption of the debt." .Those who have most debt to pay are apt to think most on the subject...
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The National Quarterly Review, Volumes 11-12

1865
..."which has involved itself in the difficulties attendant on a large public debt would act wisely in ransoming itself from them, at the sacrifice of any portion of its property which might be necessary for the redemption of the debt." Those who have most debt to pay are apt to think most on the subject...
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The Bankers' Magazine, and Journal of the Money Market, Volume 29

Banks and banking - 1869
...scene of his early associations. A country which has involved itself in the difficulties attending this artificial system, would act wisely by ransoming...redeem its debt. That which is wise in an individual is wiso also in a nation. A man who has 10,000, paying him an income of 500, out of which he has to...
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The Works of David Ricardo

David Ricardo, John Ramsay McCulloch - Economics - 1886 - 584 pages
...scene of his early associations. A country which has involved itself in the difficulties attending this artificial system, would act wisely by ransoming...its debt. That which is wise in an individual, is wise also in a nation. A man who has 10,000/., paying him an income of 500/., out of which he has to...
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Public Finance

Charles Francis Bastable - Finance - 1892 - 672 pages
...has commanded most support. Ricardo declares that ' a country would act wisely by ransoming itself, at the sacrifice of any portion of its property which might be necessary to redeem its debt,' and Mill allows that this course ' would be incomparably the best if it were practicable1.' The objections...
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The Capital Levy Explained

Hugh Dalton Baron Dalton - Capital levy - 1923 - 96 pages
...a most artificial situation. ... A country which has involved itself in the difficulties attending this artificial system would act wisely by ransoming...of its property which might be necessary to redeem the debt. That which is wise in an individual is wise also in a nation. . . . This scheme has been...
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David Ricardo: Critical Assessments

John Cunningham Wood - Economics - 1994 - 1260 pages
...accept it. To redeem the debt, as it logically stemmed from his "non equivalence theorem", Great Britain "would act wisely by ransoming itself from them, at...its property which might be necessary to redeem its debt".31 In the Spring of 1819 Ricardo again explicitly reconsidered his proposal. More precisely,...
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