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No economist, acquainted with the facts, can fail to answer in the affirmative.

They observed Nature to be an economist, and practiced economy with scrupulous exactness.

Mizora: A ProphecyMary E. Bradley

But, in the words of an economist of another generation, it is a condition and not a theory which confronts us.

The Railroad ProblemEdward Hungerford

The Economist shows that when a country imports goods the chief means of paying for them is to export other goods.

LogicCarveth Read

No harm is done, however, if the economist does not explicitly refer to this, but goes on merely talking about money-prices.

The Value of MoneyBenjamin M. Anderson, Jr.

The high rent of a Broadway store, says the economist, does not add a single cent to the price of the things sold in it.

The first book he chose was the "Economist" of Xenophon, which he asked two of his young P. 240friends to translate.

The Life of John RuskinW. G. Collingwood

Neither can it be claimed that Kropotkin's stylistic deficiency is due to the fact that he is an economist.

Comrade KropotkinVictor Robinson

From this return the writer in the "Economist" concludes that the purchasing power of the rupee is now about 30 per cent.

The fundamental equation of the economist, then, is that the value of everything is proportionate to its cost.


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