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The Petition of London Merchants to Parliament, 11 February 1741

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[Anonymous], A Letter to the Merchant in London to Whom is Directed a Printed Letter Relating to the Manufactory Undertaking, 27 February 1740

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[Dr. William Douglass], A Letter to Merchant in London Concerning a Late Combination in the Province of Massachusetts Bay… to Impose or Force a Private-Currency Called Land-Bank Money, 21 February, 1740

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Lieutenant-Governor Spotswood and the Internal Regulation of Tobacco, 29 December 1713

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Adam Smith, “Conclusion of the Mercantile System” from “The Wealth of Nations” (Book 4, Chapter 7), 1776

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Petition of the Merchants of London to Parliament, 1751

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Dr. William Douglass – A Discourse Concerning the Currencies of the British Plantations in America, 1740

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Benjamin Franklin, A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency, 1729

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Reason Against a General Prohibition of the Iron Manufacture in His Majesty’s Plantations, c. 1750

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Reasons for Making Bar, As Well As Pig or Sow-Iron in His Majesty’s Plantations, c. 1750

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Reasons Offered Against Encouraging Making Iron in America, c. 1750

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Joshua Gee – The Trade and Navigation of Great Britain Considered, 1729

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A Short Answer to an Elaborate Pamphlet Entitled “The Importance of Sugar Plantations”, 1731

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John Bland, Remonstrance Against the Enumeration Act, 1661

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“The Law” by Frédéric Bastiat (1850)

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“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 5 – Closed Season by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

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“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 4 – Monopolistic Tendencies by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

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“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 3 – Process of Creative Destruction by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

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“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 2 – Plausible Capitalism by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

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“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 1 – The Rate of Increase of Total Output by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)