All classes of society are trade unionists at heart, and differ chiefly in the boldness, ability, and secrecy with which they pursue their respective interests.
William Stanley Jevons
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The difficulties of economics are mainly the difficulties of conceiving clearly and fully the conditions of utility.
we often observe that there is abundance of capital to be had at low rates of interest, while there are also large numbers of artisans starving for want of employment.
As a general rule, it is foolish to do just what other people are doing, because there are almost sure to be too many people doing the same thing.
Logic should no longer be considered an elegant and learned accomplishment; it should take its place as an indispensable study for every well-informed person.
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but, in reality, there is no such thing as an exact science.
A correct theory is the first step towards improvement, by showing what we need and what we might accomplish.
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