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7. Rights of property in abuses
CHAPTER IV. Of Competition and Custom.
§ 1. Competition not the sole regulator of the division of the pro-
2. Influence of custom on rents, and on the tenure of land
§ 1. Slavery considered in relation to the slaves......
CHAPTER VII. Continuation of the same subject.
2. In an overpeopled country its necessary consequence is
which are inconsistent with industry, frugality, or restraint
4. Ryot tenancy of India
6. Location of peasant proprietors on the waste lands
7. Resources supplementary to the waste lands
CHAPTER XI. Of Wages.
§ 1. Wages depend on the demand and supply of labour-in other
words, on population and capital
2. Examination of some popular opinions respecting wages
3. Certain rare circumstances excepted, high wages imply strong
CHAPTER XII. Of Popular Remedies for Low Wages.
§ 1. A legal or customary minimum of wages, with guarantee of
CHAPTER XIV. Of the Differences of Wages in
§ 1. Differences of wages arising from different degrees of attrac-
tiveness in different employments
2. Differences arising from natural monopolies
2. No land can pay rent except land of such quality or situation,
3. The rent of land consists of the excess of its return, above the
5. Is payment for capital sunk in the soil, rent, or profit?
6. Rent does not enter into the cost of production of agricultural
2. Definitions of Value in Use, Exchange Value, and Price........ 515
§ 1. Two conditions of Value: Utility, and Difficulty of Attainment 522
4. Law of their value, the Equation of Demand and Supply
§ 1. Commodities which are susceptible of indefinite multiplication
without increase of cost. Law of their Value, Cost of Pro-
§ 1. Principal element in Cost of Production-Quantity of Labour
4. Profits an element in Cost of Production, in so far as they