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David Ricardo and T. R. Malthus shared an endearing friendship despite a contentious divergence of opinion on many political economic issues. This volume contains the formal remnants of their differences. Ricardo analyses, issue-by-issue, his points of divergence to Malthus's 'Principles of Political Economy'. Malthus's contributions to political economics generally concern his bleak forecast that a geometrically growing population would surpass the arithmetically growing capacity of essential natural resources.
Release date NZ
October 1st, 2004
Edited by Piero Sraffa
Country of Publication
Liberty Fund Inc
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