Economic Sophisms/86

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XIV.
 
CONFLICT OF PRINCIPLES.

There is one thing which confounds me; and it is this:

Sincere publicists, studying the economy of society from the producer's point of view, have laid down this double formula:—

"Governments should order the interests of consumers who are subject to their laws, in such a way as to be favourable to national industry.

"They should bring distant consumers under subjection to