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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-346

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342 DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES labour Application of division of labour to individual an national industries Lect ure II -Requisites of Production-Land Labour ant Capital Criticism of tbose who deny that capital is requisit- to the production of wealth Possibility of labourers them selves providing the capital necessary to production יי Lecture III -Ολ Labour Trades' Unions and othei remedies for low wages Meaning of the expression 11 Demanc for commodities not demand for labour מ Causes of different rates of wages in different employments β IT י -Β י it Lecture IV -0 Capital Fixed and circulating capital All capital in fulfilling its functions is consumed The wages-fund Τ ז Ψ WA Lecture -Exchange of Wealth Socialism private property Some Socialistic experiments in France England and America י TT if if till י Lecture VI -On the Rent of Land Ricardo's theory of rent Bearing of increase of population on rent and on prices of agricultural produce Modern facilities for the importation of food have made each country less dependent on its own resources than formerly Rent as regulated by custom Law of diminishing productiveness Lecture VII -On Profits Why does capital yield profit Difference between interest and profits Tendency of profits to minimum To what extent is it true that there is hostility of interest between labourer and capitalist Lecture VIII -Co-operation and Profit Sharing Lecture IX -On Money Modern increase of the supply of the precious metals single or double standard bi- metalism
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