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Unformatted text preview: In the American colonies an artificer who has acquired sufficient stock becomes a planter instead of manufacturing for distant sale, as in countries where no uncultivated land can be procured. Manufactures are naturally preferred to foreign commerce. So the natural course of things is first agriculture, then manufactures, and finally foreign commerce. But this order has been in many respects inverted....
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- Spring '11