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SEQUENCES

Simple and Complex Coöperation

Advantages of the Division of Labor

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Origin of the English doctrine of wages

Low wages do not prove excess of population

But indicate excessive numbers in the class dependent on wages

Great inequality of property in England

Natural or necessary rate of wages

Effects of the received standard of living

English laborers improvident because hopeless .

Laborers elsewhere not driven into the labor market

If wages are low, few offer to work for hire

The mobility of American life keeps up wages

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