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That the powers of labour, and of the other instruments which produce wealth, may be indefinitely increased by using their products as the means of further production. ↗
The confounding Political Economy with the Sciences and Arts to which it is subservient, has been one of the principal obstacles to its improvement. ↗
He was also a government adviser over several decades in the areas of economic and social policy on which he wrote extensively. He was educated at Eton College and Magdalen College Oxford; at university he was a private pupil of Richard Whately afterwards archbishop of Dublin with whom he remained connected by ties of lifelong friendship. I think that the only legitimate influence is example and advice and that a landlord who requires a tenant to vote in opposition to the tenant's feeling of duty is the suborner of a criminal act.
Nassau William Senior (26 September 1790 – 4 June 1864) was an English lawyer known as an economist.