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" Belgium and the United States. If the latter country is objected to on account of its rapid growth in population by immigration, still Belgium remains, exceeding the English rate of increase by 36 per cent. Look at the argument by induction. Here are... "
Journal of the Statistical Society of London - 643 ページ
1866
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

William Buck Dana - 1867
...by 36 per cent. Look at the argument by induction. Here are four countries under the same condition of civilization, and having access to the same mechanical...? It could not be free trade ; for only one of the countries had adopted a free trade policy. But there was a common cause which each and all of those...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

1867
...countries under the same condition of civilization, and having access to the same mechanical powers aud inventions, which far outstrip contemporary nations....? It could not be free trade ; for only one of the countries had adopted a free trade policy. But there was a common cause which each and all of those...

The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 第 57 巻

William Buck Dana - 1867
...by 36 per cent. Look at the argument by induction. Here are four countries under the same condition of civilization, and having access to the same mechanical...foundation of their success. What was that common cause 1 It could not be free trade ; for only one of the countries had adopted a free trade policy. But there...

The North American Review, 第 108 巻

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1869
...inland commerce, and thus stand at the head of progressive nations. " Here," observed Mr. Baxter, " are four countries under the same conditions of civilization,...; for only one of the four countries had adopted a free-trade policy. But there was a common cause which each and all of those four countries had pre-eminently...

Northern Pacific Railroad Company: Pamphlet Vol.], 第 1 巻

1866
...Look at the argument by induction. Here are four countries under the same condition of < ivilization, and having access to the same mechanical powers and...cause? It could not be free trade, for only one of the countries had adopted a free trade policy. But there was a common cause which each and all of those...

Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 第 29 巻

1866
...86,280,000 232,200,000 169 Belgium 19,400,000 72,120,000 271 United States 1844. 45,757,000 158,810,000 305 by immigration, still Belgium remains, exceeding...and all of those four countries had pre-eminently developed — the power of steam — steam machinery, steam navigation, and steam railways. I say,...

The North American Review, 第 108 巻

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1869
...inland commerce, and thus stand at the head of progressive nations. " Here," observed Mr. Baxter, " are four countries under the same conditions of civilization,...; for only one of the four countries had adopted a free-trade policy. But there was a common cause which each and all of those four countries had pre-eminently...




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