Adam Smith's Simplified Wealth of Nations, Book 1, Chapter 11n: Rent, Digression -- Effect of Improvement on the real value of natural produce that cannot be multiplied

Chapter 11n, Digression: The effect of improvement on real value of rude produce

193 Rude produce may be divided into three:
  1. The ones that human industry cannot multiply at all
  2. The ones that human industry can multiply in proportion to the demand.
  3. The ones that human industry can multiply in a limited or uncertain way.

First Sort -- The produce that cannot be multiplied


194 The first kind is the rude produce which human industry cannot multiply at all.

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