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With the advent of manufactures , the various nations entered into a competitive
relationship , the struggle for trade , which was fought out in wars , protective
duties and prohibitions , whereas earlier the nations , in so far as they were ...
The eighteenth century was the century of trade . Pinto says this expressly : “ Le
commerce fait la marotte du siècle , ” ( “ Commerce is the rage of the century ' ) ;
and , “ depuis quelque temps il n ' est plus question que de commerce , de ...
The concentration of trade and manufacture in one country , England ,
developing irresistibly in the seventeenth century , gradually created for this
country a relative world - market , and thus a demand for the manufactured
products of this ...
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The Real Basis of Ideology
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