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" It is a truth which admits not a doubt that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without some regard on their part, or some effort on the part of the legislature, to regulate the increase of their numbers, and to render... "
A letter ... to the magistrates of Berkshire, upon their newly-established ... - Página 4
por sir Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan (8th bart.) - 1845
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On the Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation

David Ricardo - 1821 - 538 páginas
...by the most gradual steps. It is a truth which admits not a doubt, that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. The operation of the system of poor laws has been directly contrary to this. They have rendered restraint...
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The Works of David Ricardo

David Ricardo, John Ramsay McCulloch - 1886 - 584 páginas
...the most gradual steps. / It is a truth which admits not a doubt, that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. The operation of the system of poor laws has been directly contrary to this. They have rendered restraint...
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The First Six Chapters of the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation ...

David Ricardo - 1895 - 118 páginas
...by the most gradual steps. It is a truth which admits not a doubt, that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. The operation of the system of poor laws has been directly contrary to this. They have rendered restraint...
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Voices of the Industrial Revolution

J. Bowditch - 1961 - 187 páginas
...effected by the most gradual steps. It is truth which admits not a doubt that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. The operation of the system of poor laws has been directly contrary to this. They have rendered restraint...
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Man's Behavior: An Introduction to Social Science

Jules Karlin - 1967 - 617 páginas
...always be improved. . . . It is a truth which admits not a doubt that the comforts and the well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. . . . There is no means of improving the lot of the worker except by limiting the number of his children....
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The human life bill: hearings before the Subcommittee on Separation of ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Separation of Powers - 1982
...Econoay and Taxation (1817): It is a truth which admits not a doubt that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. Ricardo goes on to criticize the Poor Laws for promoting an unfortunate "aultiplication" of the poor....
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The Human Life Bill: Appendix

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Separation of Powers - 1982
...Economy and Taxation (1817): It is a truth which admits not a doubt that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...of their numbers, and to render less frequent among the* early and improvident marriages. Ricardo goes on to criticize the Poor Laws for promoting an unfortunate...
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David Ricardo: Critical Assessments, Volumen3

John Cunningham Wood - 1991 - 688 páginas
...accumulation, the wage rate increases: It is a truth that admits not a doubt, that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. [5, pp. 106-7] With a population pressing against the means of subsistence, the only remedies are either...
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Social Reproduction: The Political Economy of the Labour Market

Antonella Picchio - 1992 - 193 páginas
...refers explicitly to the state: It is a truth which admits not a doubt, that the comforts and well-being of the poor cannot be permanently secured without...frequent among them early and improvident marriages. (Ricardo, 1951a (1817), pp. 106-7) Malthus, too, refers to legislation as one of the state's tools...
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The Moral Philosophy of Management: From Quesnay to Keynes

Pierre Guillet de Monthoux - 1993 - 304 páginas
...Malthus's investigation had shown the need to hold a watchful eye on the development of population and "regulate the increase of their numbers and to render less frequent among them early and improvident marriages."46 The problem of food is often a more difficult question to resolve; Ricardo thought that...
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