A companion to the history of economic thought

@inproceedings{Samuels2003ACT,
  title={A companion to the history of economic thought},
  author={W. Samuels and J. Biddle and John B. Davis},
  year={2003}
}
ion of every human passion or motive; except those which may be regarded as perpetually antagonizing principles to the desire of wealth, namely, aversion to labour, and desire of the present enjoyment of costly indulgences. (Mill, 1967a, 
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