Wherever it is resisted, slaver dies away and freedom grows.
The natural consequence of our submission, even in part, to the system that looks to compelling the export of raw products, the exhaustion of the land, the cheapening of labour, and the export of the labourer.
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|Birth:||15th December, 1793|
|Death:||13th October, 1879|
Henry Charles Carey was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an economist of the American School of capitalism, and chief economic adviser to U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. He is best known for the book The Harmony of Interests: Agricultural, Manufacturing, and Commercial. In 1825, he succeeded his father in the publishing firm, which became Carey & Lea, attaining a leading position in America. In 1835, he co-founded the famous Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia. He wrote other books include: Essays on Political Economy, Principles of Political Economy, Principles of Social Science, and The Unity of Law.
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