Contributions of James Mill: Leader of the Philosophical Radical Movement | Murray N. Rothbard

Presented to the Austrian Economics Colloquium; February 9, 1990.

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TRANSCRIPT
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thank you very much Georgia pleasure and
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last time I was here I think fond
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memories of it that’s before years ago
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and I talked about her go and a little
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different i was unabashed manan on a
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batch of my erupt or go as we look for
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everything except the case a little
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different it’s not that I agree with
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everything games most of our time
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probably disagree the most of it so I
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find him a fascinating character and
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leave especially the reevaluation I
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think I was trying to turn tide over
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folks the paper over guys I put James
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Meaux reconsider and these are the
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fascinating aspect of the mill first
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place the reputation until very recently
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another third-rate popularizer and
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philosophy of Bentham’s and in economics
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of record up google menace formed lower
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performing two great men and the agency
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notice i think totally is totally
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learning correct and interestingly he he
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himself is partly responsible for this
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image he’s polka baited and it’s very
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unusual I’ll get back to that later
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it’s very rare history of any sort you
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cannot make or anything else or somebody
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systematically downplays his own
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contribution aware around so uh that’s
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interesting ask our whole puzzle why
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didn’t let it do that the thing one
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thing about no for starwood mill
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inspiration the two types of going on
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Olivia they get to typhoon think your
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existing economic or any kind of school
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given their hormone brilliance and
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originality and put my fam multi-faceted
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nature it was grateful that you wrote on
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having something on the Sun virtually is
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but the within that framework of great
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thinkers give me to type one type is
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clear lucid hard hard mode systematic
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and those know exactly where expanded
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only to find that a consistent though
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there were type of a 6-ton country star
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more or less having the same used
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earlier don’t vote until the end of life
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that’s one type the other type is
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qualified there he says green zone with
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everybody in other words capacity of
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almost any time for what our agreement
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changing the position every three or six
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months for a public figure out what he
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said what he say another time at this
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time as I said I was two paramedics he
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was coming up for these both types I
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Beijing military very screwed up son Jon
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Stewart and an agency and the reception
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of interesting thing is the reception
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accorded the veins in block Stewart JS
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consider being superficial popularizing
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Jon Stewart they’re extremely great and
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one of the interesting things about John
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still isn’t interesting are from of the
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market for the successive john stuart
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mill
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I’m not kind of one get into dawn stuard
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hear about the topic but the point of
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the interesting the interesting question
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here strauber question is the one extent
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that John to a little confused as to
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what extent would be deliberately to be
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receptive and it’s pretty clear than the
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Maquis are deliberately being receptive
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this strategy was in addition I think
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made excuse for any way except in this
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sense because he wanted to be one of the
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proper TV trays books okay except as we
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definitive work this is where the
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economy and what he did the curry favor
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with a little group so we need to look
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at his you look at that bug in another
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life you think what was running together
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it also provides tremendous fodder for
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journal articles and p HDTV on a
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provider was militants the liberal but
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here’s socials or the comm unit review
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rationalism performing a romantic the
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answer is all over or none what i know
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and so provides you can have endless
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debates about what’s true minion no more
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buttermilk like this before Harriet
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Taylor after Harry comes along who’s
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gone forever no people writing about
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what the James moving means everybody
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knows what it’s not very clear so anyway
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I include my biases here before you know
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substances make
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I admire the first time I say my
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paraphrase a friend of mine my
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enthusiasm is high fees on the strict
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control of any race we the basic things
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here the danger was a creative
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remarkably creative thinker and written
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a fascinating personality and economic
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and other areas for fury political
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activism organization and in order I
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think understand in order understands
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well first of all I might say this
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revisionist out there has been a
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revisionist movement that mill and
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economics particular last 10 years
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itself I’m building on parent Hudson’s
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book on revolution
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religious upgrading of Mel’s fancy
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operating when you sweat now you
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pronounce that cemented I’m assuming
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it’s wet not sweet for this week okay
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I’ll just say what eglish made and he
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knows me William sweet of the two ulema
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system breaks things up gradient stone
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mill and we take that a combine that
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with other stuff in political theory
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goes of hamburgers to pass any books 760
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beings known the art of revolution and
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intellectually than politics is
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excessively about john stuart mill is
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really mostly my name’s bill and also
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include lee work on the Scottish
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enlightenment systems everything by
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Richard sure and much much neglected
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works for church in University and
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Jonathan Lightman and William Thomas is
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booked a philosophic radicals you put
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all my stuff together you get a very
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different picture Gators finances the
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upgrading gun bites some sweet and
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Hutchison really only tracking surface
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what’s the
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no do pay the lien understand builds
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first place we have to go back to the
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Scottish enlightenment in which he was
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born it comes out of the tail end of the
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stodgy like normal last discussion white
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people thing about massage enlightenment
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is the young sure point that what you
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got is a titanic struggle especially
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employment solve with a product of
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perfil moderates within the presbyterian
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churches churches Scotland and
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flourished from about 1750 about 1810
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and what you have in this fun in this
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period all the great full of rate names
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in the familiar with jaja my presence
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read and so forth and economics and
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sociology mess of Ferguson June Roberts
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and how much of others these people were
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essentially with exception of humor
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sport these people were the power elite
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oddly Presbyterian churches Rock Church
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of Scotland England England and Scotland
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any when you night personally
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early teens the English decided a simple
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a rational but cranky where are they
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illogical attractive man instead of
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establishing the church’s Anglican
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Church in Scotland were doing in Ireland
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established Presbyterian Church fabric
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language is just embrace you Angleton’s
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of solid would have had a revolution on
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so therefore they establish the
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Presbyterian Church of Scotland Church
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of Scotland list of course run by the
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English crown and fat traction problems
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stupid whatever very Dukes and Earls so
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sleek and ministers being appointed by
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the findings by the cracks so before we
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have in other words at forty nursery in
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edinboro and roscoe and the other
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universities were all church and state
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run little is it’ll run better by the
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British government and the presbyterian
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church established church so that means
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we have a small group of very bright
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people Heather by sensible Roberts
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william roberts is a historian and the
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moderators repository insurance problems
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ahead of a hammock president of camper
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of equality diversity of edinboro and
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with Royal appointment of the royal
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patronage running the purchase of
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problem to the great dismay and horror
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of the mass of intensive tarian Matthews
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were very much opposed
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basically keep a good bullshit
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and no matter which both chuckle you
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blackboard chalk concept the moderates
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versus league you can call various
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things evangelical was probably the
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fence evangelicals were hardcore
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hardcore calvinists and new new official
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Orthodox tortura Calvin are and they was
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administered in the outback and the muny
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for most of Scotland was booming since
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it even now it’s most common recommend
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however 1750 so an evangelical were they
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hard for their against an established
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church especially established by when
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Britain and loving people naked and
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moving over them appointing ministers
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and they considered heretics the
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moderates have a power house a deed an
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appointment they had a control that
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hadn’t blown glass go to major
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intellectual financial centers and the
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rest of the goal for the members of the
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anti-congress is that all of that out of
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the evangelical ran the rest of the
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church bubbling up from below
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revolutionary spirit the differences on
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religion where free work were pretty
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strong in legal team and it’s been
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played up a lot namely least monthly
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even the moderates were indeed moderate
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in other words they were Calvinist but
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they were favor of religious freedom in
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favor of talking the atheist for that
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one they became 80
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call it friendly to humans and their
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words and that’s another thing they did
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by women evangelicals evangelicals were
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not a favor of religious freedom there
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was really really free market oriented
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in economic was but they were capable
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religion they were very hard-nosed I
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guess we pulling out social conservative
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very cleanly and so but the moderate was
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the monarchs were not the ister easiest
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life savers in prison on hundred ever
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brain they were all so hard for
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countless in favor of one toleration too
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much more a culturally attuned for
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example give you an idea one of those
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moderate leadership Jenna who was put on
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a play play right foul no play I was a
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very moral play wouldn’t like dinner
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wasn’t like now very moral plane for a
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teaching krishnam lesson or lack of a
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fundamental the evangelical said all
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plays by definition airy
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passion moves of reasons of the several
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airports golden outlaws that’s the kind
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of thing going on because the but it’s a
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mistake to second adam s and the other
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people where we’re not really religious
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than hardcore Cowboys is it there with
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more moderate losing freedom questions
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in like the drama and literature and so
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so we have in this leak is the example
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is an instance of this welcome that was
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published is about the nation this has a
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copy the Reverend Hugh Blair who follows
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as a moderate minister moderate I old
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friend of his and Blair writes back and
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says thank you very much agree was great
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stuff I mother yeah disagree with you
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must friendly to President or even
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though is you to kind of Presbyterian
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Church because they because has does an
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amalgamation somewhere there’s something
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like the finest people in New Europe on
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the ground venison Presbyterian Church
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blaring venomous rehearse their church
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disagreed of course the 70 so that’s the
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story in other words the Zebras when we
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have to realize you’re a point here and
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meet people even though religious and
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columns when one in favor of the state
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established churches businesses to
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Calvinist this is I think you when i’m
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trying to make is that most of the
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moderate papers are socially fairly
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wealthy families Smith gave her family
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of high cutting officials
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greenpoint made night garryhenderson
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policy and Oracle came a whole family of
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nights in the core of the problem lies
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ahead to be on my Rs 50 and remember the
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more arm of the mission is now
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officially in social status and mostly
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guys when they go to some Damascus
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professors leave like that st. James
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mellow ever born I’m coming in late in
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the picture and in 1773 the boy to a
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course shoot a shoemaker and he is not
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not wealthy law was a shoemaker is the
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patron the stubborn hemant paper of
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Education receive anymore many times in
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and studies under do old sewer who don’t
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move the wheel sniffing in other words
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list and toughen have very many
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disciples wasn’t teaching that won’t
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happen the big shot the ball toward he
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succeeded Ferguson better world
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philosophy in recommending borough was a
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founding excellent teacher and
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charismatic leader and so forth on this
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very area value and prob about seven
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signing any profanity August professor
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from bathroom
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85 i think till nine 1810 and at one
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point at my 779 tu Amos also Stewart go
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to a fan of Torgo fan of Honduras say
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and the classical liberals and
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libertarians types of France holy guys
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by the way Red French x 420mm familiar
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French literature and Scotland of this
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period was a Halloween would so have an
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Oxford and Cambridge explore the
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electoral decline some stuff came from
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violence off with a moderate already you
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know might not we wasn’t particularly
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those million of the enemy edinboro and
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lasko attracted all the students and
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they were meeting in bohemian apartment
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of Europe that were the intellectual
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flowering of Scottish university system
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compared anything then before horrible
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sense Steph who love so Stuart attracts
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over IMF to say Stewart 1793 from the
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anti-french terror the sun’s upon
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England England doesn’t world Britain is
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in the war Frampton all all libertarian
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Title II the affair type of considered
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pro-french for under either arrested or
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repressed person recanted he doesn t
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always hated towards always an evil
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Frenchman and stop talking about
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economics for several years by by 1797
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or 1798 or something
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the first flush of repression is over
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he’ll say cannot go back to teaching
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closely autonomy by like his like of
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atoms like that I’m spending for blog
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referred semester written during the
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repression period carefully avoid
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anything that way they experiment we
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trade Ernie something worth of soccer
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anyway so bike Pilate specifically late
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79 in early eighteen hundreds Stewart
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attract a whole bunch of extremely
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bright the students and disciples who
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become the smithy and movement in
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Britain Jane Mills one of them call it
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got other ones having green my count
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Paul Merson Franklin Horner and whole
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budget and a couple years later a second
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1802 Lee they found these singing to
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Stewart clown the emeril review very
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quickly becomes the lead a journal for
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economics and grip another thing is that
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another influence on James Miller liens
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and what your wife would thomas browne
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heated fertility prepper more floppy
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embo whom several different price and
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tracy’s apprently they fare beautiful
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video log and trend the baby say and so
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you see right away they smell growing up
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at this once we’d say this once
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Wednesday and also my rapunzel Honda
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line to bond us and how beaches only
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other
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but they’re a little tight okay well
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male graduates and the other guys ride
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when they find out by this time early
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eighteen hundreds a huge whatever the
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period a crackdown begins for places
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intellectual leaders began to die app
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and moderately Deanna’s IAB’s still were
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missing the last one left and I mean
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evangelicals begin to take over my 1810
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human devil took over so facto to early
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churches shot one of the men on and I
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kicked out early hold on who people make
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a sort of heritage a Google Doc most
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people are talking about or subject here
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so JS fella graduated of obeying
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Presbyterian minister couldn’t find a
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parish opportunity the moderate any any
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penny might have anything to do with
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Smith people like that basically doomed
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the hell so all these guys left very
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quickly however happily Scotland went to
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london and edinburgh review after four
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years of a public in London I not even a
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member of you so we find mill then hath
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loosed in London trying to make a living
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as freelance writer the season is now
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normal i was very difficult for Kerry as
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it certainly was not period living by
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his wits to the stage and any any
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thoughts in grades to the economic ties
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they’d already been it worked like tour
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going
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the crazy and others were written
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record it and write the you know war
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right there
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license first economic essay and I’m
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saying in policy about a an exploitation
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porn and then commerce defendant and you
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know a lot of book reviews nothing
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between they want important say about
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mill and general Gaines mill from then
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on you order enormous amount of stuff
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over lights on books on an economics
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history psychology logic methodology
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whatever also journal articles only
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topicals in this paper argument thanks
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many which induce growth also he
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organized everybody organize yourself
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before you organize a YT organizer it
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spreading the organizer of a group of 10
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to 20 remember the format the
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photographic radicals in Parliament and
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the organizers hit on Stewart so and i
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told i saw when i call him the Todd
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right height to criminal he would have
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been known in the early and the old days
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of a communist movement of a good
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bullshit in other words somebody you
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roll-ups energetic doctor in the air
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organizing everybody pushing them
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pushing the causal and all the pie never
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a little places and what happens and of
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course of all rappers excuses of course
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of all this becomes an easier but the
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interesting thing about Miller and this
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is the same they happen by the way with
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my arm or my cherished group of people
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leave progressive autonomous official
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side of the late 19th century America
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and these people they all started
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post-colonial pious improvement prettier
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droopy nose on hers by governments you
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need the government means they usually
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the farm boys live in Vermont or
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whatever upstate New York they come to
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college and come atheistic line out the
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poison
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scientific so they keep the entire
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spirit the formative serves to sadies
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for stamping out sin of shooting
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everybody up through government the
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whole mentality nothing’s working with
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harming them don’t give in the plays and
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will that sort of stuff it all it all
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expenses and the same sort of stuff that
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was milk with the late Pope and William
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Thomas and the more of a football the
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philosophic radicals and it says he
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talks about how how no retaining you
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know he became an AC if you became the
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grim puritanical crusading habit of mind
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of a prototypical Calvinist haier brand
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and they supposed to now quote from
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Thomas this is why Mel skeptic and later
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life in the 80s later life all we’ve got
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on well with Protestant dissenters male
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animals in church he may have come to
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reject belief in God but some form
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evangelical real remain essential to
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skepticism sense of non-commitment
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indecisions you won’t believe in another
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horrifying perhaps of the campers will
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send just like a human before we lost
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the space have enough think you can
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condemn you for this facility but even
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when you come to share that infidelity
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you can seen it undervaluing a placid
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skepticism we keep it up whole the
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status quo but not an absolute of mind
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if no one has stood I think he’ll be
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understood who was like it so who’s
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dating me over different beliefs
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organize everything to me for the
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movement
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and and middle by the way and I became
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an atheist puritanical e disse license
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subscribe so drama or art plays art
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painting rule evil the actor in charge
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the displayed we must do regular
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appetizers passions of the species and
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it was hardly one of the lightest touch
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with beauty for zone space painting and
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sculpture milk for the lowest of the
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arts only there to gratify frivolous
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blood of ostentation of course a quickie
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lashes on the bench on here buddy that’s
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important maps young rational calculator
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and all on tour but we love that and you
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believe a human action like mentally the
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only rational emotive between of Putin’s
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calculating cost benefit analysis manner
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and interesting when he liked the
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history of any worse than 15 years while
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he’s still up freelance writer doing
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other sudden workout series of British
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India massive work which is so
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impressive if you need something
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immediately made him high official
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they’re trying to get this job for some
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of life and I mean real job job of
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appealing come and if we like to become
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a top official these any companies kid
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Jon Stewart the season went element when
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members don’t die so the thing is this
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is the sickest thing the way he ER and
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every british india he like the coldest
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representing without once clicking
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considering the idea of learning any
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Indian language reading anything about
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any institutions on missus wasn’t
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another penny I did mrs. amor asceticism
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anything why he was very glory none of
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this stuff an e-blast because this is it
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was trash contents of my course I’ve got
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an hour so the ICU back thing about nil
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is this EPCC Teddy this was he different
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humble it was a very humble in generally
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study investing a simple popularizer
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sentimentalism raised on philosophically
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see what happened with something unique
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both Benjamin Ricardo in 1808 the
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fateful year for him answering published
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summer offenders and it moves in with
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better than private secretary Benson of
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the mission was a very wealthy
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individuals are inherited wealth sat on
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our writing homework on scrumble yeah
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any right many of the word many of the
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words about is so loud public this will
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mess installers for working on them and
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he might stop the very um systematic
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fashion they have a full pleated
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secretary subscribers remember little
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copier and fast Rodman’s our measurement
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has the most legible English and mill
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was a hot secretary number of years and
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agents a thing is what they thought
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about each other each rightly says
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friends no away from one of the trenches
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Bethan’s of parañaque is worth of any
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lucky he still went on systematic he
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writes on one thing one day nothing
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though they had a channel i’m organizing
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resisting the meantime Benson’s right in
26:13
his buddy for this time build a young
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whippersnapper always try to run my life
26:18
so don’t at all so there’s obvious
26:22
personality clash at least they continue
26:25
on and we got obviously very efficient
26:27
secretaries and organize it so but the
26:31
agency say about betting time he’s only
26:33
invented Michael he has on her point out
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a minute why he has a commitment to
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democracy very early here Vertical
26:40
suffers front of usual and he’s kind of
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convert nothing to democracy Bethan was
26:46
really not a Democrat always of course
26:47
even suffering landlord rule or
26:51
estimates and metal works on Son of Sam
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convincing he work on the following
26:55
wasn’t the goal of essence like this I
26:57
always been carefully over looks like
27:00
them some kind of admirers the whole
27:08
goal of methods like a zap an uptick on
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the wonderful stuff on it’s like certain
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criminal
27:13
and that was wrong peppermint Liberty be
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going up a full picture come of our
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three and assiduous properly nothing
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subscribe to the holders houses filming
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done for any race obsessed that was a
27:26
great project and visited Russia has a
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brother and his brother was an engineer
27:30
and he sinks it in and he worked on some
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of the other two sketches me he was
27:35
wonderful idea from the whole of the
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whole world makes it way worse to look
27:38
under surveillance in the home world the
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fort’s google forth labourers sitting
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her living in itself surveyed and run by
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a warden with a one-way window to every
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problem they didn’t have a turn tough TV
27:54
stuff but one-way mirrors so they could
27:57
be seen any time of morden that he
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couldn’t see by the warden looking at my
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god one of the whole world business in a
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situation where everybody probably
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remembers surveillance at all times
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doesn’t mine i feel pleasure recent
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entertained calgon he’d work at many
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editions of how the panopticon the ramen
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for Sagada work twelve and a half hours
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as a whole are they literally only a
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half hour for lunches become a hard
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palate and on a mattress the audience or
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lower the cost as much as possible and
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increase the production that’s a mine of
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colleges say is only find the person you
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may further reports
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find everything the workshops workers
28:39
schools everything is real most
28:42
estimates vary about how much really
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english population one of the foot in
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pentagon so very somewhere between two
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fifths in a third or a half and and be
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run with a perfect specimen efficiency
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or calculating will record lowering as
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much as possible he neither would the
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slave labor system but the real hitch
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here means a relatively punchline is it
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would be the owner of the poundabout
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been stuffing the whole point wasn’t
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that will be the owner yeah everybody
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conscripted into his pen opticon
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factories so so he kept wanting to kept
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urging types different story governments
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of passive film once the panel honey
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would you do it a very bitter of matter
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in the end of the mighty wrote a vicious
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attack a page or conservatives everybody
29:25
would have passed that the people who’s
29:26
going to stop it and hated something
29:27
personally something like that anyway
29:29
mill cumson’s look obviously the quarry
29:33
government won’t happens on the task
29:34
icon but you have democracy may be a
29:37
good chance but people vote for amateurs
29:39
on that basis of government of the
29:41
summer crap
29:43
a mill was a Democrat on other grounds
29:46
and the nose of triad of principles of
29:52
democracy way they stare p for
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parenthood democracy be a neutral hang
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on to the top correct okay why uh the
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point of why he’s a Democrat and and
30:09
here we have the basis of this the grave
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is a fascinating he would run the rifle
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libertarian class Compline analyst very
30:19
much like Ben way and Coleman France I’m
30:21
not sure whether he arrived that
30:22
independently over the resume probably
30:25
read me I know he went French probably
30:27
read back and he had a sort of a
30:28
typically simplistic not historical
30:31
version of I think from the heart of its
30:33
of leaving out all these horrible
30:35
analysis to compliment alliances and
30:37
basically it was followed that every
30:39
country is run by ruling class who has a
30:43
few people and things he says
30:52
there are two classes of society
30:53
something some milk use me the first
30:57
class of the plunder of a small number
30:58
they’ll a ruling few capital s the
31:01
second class who are plundered on the
31:03
great number the other subject many hmmm
31:06
hamburger some dominoes position
31:08
politics is a struggle between two
31:10
classes the avaricious rulers and
31:12
intended victims science to provide
31:15
without malice ok so any rate that was a
31:18
position that’s and then the nation
31:20
whilst this is true at all societies in
31:22
all countries victims Britain he wasn’t
31:25
really interested history this is
31:26
britain as day certainly to and brittany
31:28
has 100 family whoever they were was
31:30
running the country and accompany the
31:32
real the week conundrum of government of
31:34
political signs how do you rid of any
31:36
how do you eliminate the ruling class
31:38
system and he says that photo take away
31:42
the power of folks by which the class of
31:44
plunder succeed in carrying on their
31:45
location has ever been a great comment
31:47
government be cool of subject many the
31:49
people he’s happiest first I don’t even
31:51
print one of the first analyst talk
31:53
about the people whatever would be
31:58
marked with milk and that they have the
32:01
people who are rules and ruling class
32:04
people especially the senator internal
32:07
no sinister special interest personal
32:09
removing the rude subjects what’s the
32:13
honey’s do but how do you curb them his
32:14
answer was before the answers quote the
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people must appoint watching them for to
32:19
watch the watchmen important ring clasp
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question
32:22
for the loss to Google hula guard the
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guardian the people themselves there are
32:25
no other arre dorsal announcers ultimate
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safeguard the lady will be forever thus
32:30
original question of subject many how
32:33
the people of themselves to be the
32:34
watcher so then he says the answer is
32:37
universal suffrage for the little people
32:40
elected representatives are lamented
32:42
whatever who leave a watch it that was
32:45
the solution i don’t think the great and
32:47
very good solution that was his solution
32:49
for the problem and he said the
32:56
government of the England of his day was
32:57
quoted he respect aristocrat Oh engine
32:59
we were by the aristocracy for their own
33:01
benefit and and by weight of the reason
33:07
i bring in John Stewart again the reason
33:09
why he educated as a kid in this while
33:11
the rigorous manner and we use found
33:15
this depending if you allergic take I
33:16
really have a serious issue but let’s be
33:20
it’s kind of interesting because I think
33:22
most historians thinking it over they
33:24
had a theory of Education and you kid in
33:26
the laboratory sperm Jon Stewart between
33:29
week but a month or whatever it was and
33:32
but that’s not really is the reason he
33:35
businesses because he danger with a
33:37
cadre leader he was a leader
33:38
intellectual political leader laspas
33:40
offered radicals and pursuing the hope
33:42
of movement anyone the belief in prison
33:44
not the world as Tim to be as a as a
33:47
lecture on political
33:48
the point Jon Stewart from abhi his
33:50
youth leader amuses you cadre leader
33:53
eventually succeeding him as the leader
33:55
and that’s why the rigor well either if
33:59
you could say the brain watch the kids
34:01
tomorrow if the kid wasn’t worthy as a
34:02
rigorous education Richard honey on your
34:05
stance on education experience in any
34:07
race the kid gone Stuart wasn’t you
34:10
clear from do as he bring his friends
34:12
college chum to see the old man Don
34:15
James aglio charismatic figure obviously
34:18
and an agent and he would convert the
34:21
clothes off to a no person and James
34:23
melting se hiking on a cable convert
34:25
them to hold off at radical position and
34:32
so and 11 later milligan later
34:42
reminiscing about that said being no put
34:44
me how to thank the converter might
34:45
change my life it holds our conversion
34:47
experience than you get nowadays with
34:49
somebody waits crystals that you those
34:52
days thank you there’s a bleak
34:54
conversion experience changing like this
34:56
game no it’s obviously very frightened
34:58
has a whole system is attracted to so
35:05
well the mill had a for the marks were
35:09
later for a transition the man they
35:10
obviously knew we are not going to get
35:11
universal coverage of media transition a
35:13
man with reform bill making three
35:14
different areas we’re bringing little
35:16
class into the representation it’s the
35:19
middle of a brilliant stroke of
35:21
prestidigitation and political activism
35:23
organizing the in-home of the entire
35:25
orchestrate the entire agitation of
35:28
these for the phone bill 1832 gets its
35:33
task and is really bring it piece of
35:36
political chicanery the engagement and
35:39
what it what happen was when humans of
35:40
the week government realized the way
35:43
government was stores slightly
35:44
sympathetic but really really against it
35:46
but they were the moderates the pairs of
35:48
Tory the dream expose any extensive
35:49
coverage and he managed to get a whole
35:59
bunch of newspapers are others control
36:01
lighter suicide with editors and had the
36:05
examiner which will be a weekly owned by
36:07
Bentham I radicals and the morning
36:09
chronicle was only edited by old friend
36:11
of his that John black spectator that of
36:15
another Bentham aight the times at that
36:17
point all the times was friendly go
36:18
tomorrow this point we had some night
36:20
Yorkshire Birmingham
36:23
the other of Birmingham paper and what
36:27
he did was the oversight of a preppy get
36:29
some ghetto rallied to reform though me
36:31
to come back to the harbor guys would
36:34
show up from the rally and the
36:35
Birmingham his meds agent in Birmingham
36:38
will report 10,000 people there
36:39
clamoring threatening revolutions of the
36:42
phone get reform bill passed and with
36:44
this kind of organized mendacity that
36:46
you remember stopping in the campaigners
36:49
we not call disinformation the finally
36:52
complete of the way together we going to
36:54
have our which I have we don’t have a
36:55
little nonsense I’m how many levels in
36:58
vista that there’s no temporary
37:00
controller from began to the press at
37:02
the end organs anything and they got the
37:04
bill passed and and this is leased by
37:12
John roadblock is assistive ilysm his
37:14
memoirs of history of how do the film
37:16
that was classic Athenian by he leaks
37:17
but because people don’t didn’t realize
37:19
a police alleged leaders really
37:21
controlled by a couple of shadowing
37:22
people we’re pulling the strings behind
37:24
a seemingly for things milk and the
37:28
intensity in order to pay the weight of
37:32
this tickle of milk on rice he wanted a
37:34
uniform do with a market reform unified
37:36
theory and praxis you’ve got it me the
37:39
mass campaign line but for the goods for
37:42
the good there was a spam democracy
37:44
gotta justify full adoptively he writes
37:47
an audible beep let’s go Kate a live
37:50
from where the end and he says he says
37:58
while truth is important he can seize it
38:00
there are special circumstances Kota
38:02
with another man is not entitled
38:03
improves on quote
38:05
many wrote should not be told the truth
38:07
when they make bad uses it since they
38:11
expect was simply utilitarian argument
38:13
right you only you only die the title of
38:16
who only things going to make good usage
38:18
of course up the guy beside us whether
38:21
or not something good or not except of
38:23
utilitarian person doing the truth
38:26
truth-telling to telling all the line is
38:27
figure out whether doesn’t make sense
38:29
rocket so then he says in politics even
38:37
more so in politics disseminating when
38:39
you call long information the very
38:40
closest distance of specification
38:43
language the CIA assimilating rolling
38:47
and all information coded not a preacher
38:49
morality then the contrary meritorious
38:51
act when it’s conducive for the
38:53
Prevention of misrule and no one says
38:55
any man listen find the right
38:56
information and when he would employer
38:58
from perpetuation this rule okay so he
39:02
gets the gift of a form bill pass that I
39:05
gets a group of about 10 to 20 people in
39:07
chromatin Hasbro has a tool he when he
39:10
couldn’t dart run performance of even
39:11
had the money at the workplace pro x
39:13
infinity accompanied to Henry’s guards
39:15
were Ruffy earth do it and he has the
39:20
head of the Vatican’s of your gross
39:22
later became banker or later became a
39:25
distinguished class historian and wrote
39:28
the sort of object tool grinder famine
39:30
sport they obviously know a tremendous
39:31
charismatic force they
39:34
and both wrote according to hamburger
39:36
growth so inoculated as it were for him
39:40
all of those victims quote assume before
39:42
some sanctions duty stones work great in
39:44
the end of it might say something to me
39:46
pictures and moral duty carrying a stay
39:52
in town by the way the rule so some of
39:55
us know here the leader of a million
39:58
circle was so long mrs. Rhodes Harriet
40:00
ruin growth in periods and certain
40:03
awesome with whitey owns a clean of the
40:06
radical problems wrote has he been a man
40:09
she was in leader of party okay so this
40:16
is a middle of the political activist
40:19
vanilla the political theorist and will
40:21
fit that bill harmonious structure we
40:25
get more of this next week strict
40:28
economic stuff what was no relation to
40:31
record up for completing a run on time
40:36
Picardo was well here we have to realize
40:39
what cord out didn’t know renowned
40:43
smitherman seaside resort it’s very
40:46
probable think she ticklish go to go to
40:48
the seaside resort they take turns or
40:49
pick up this book nowadays to pick up a
40:52
gothic romances finally he picked up
40:53
this wealth of nations who loved it
40:56
converts conversion but basically didn’t
40:59
even know anything about economics put
41:01
money in bank you a lot of bad things
41:02
with bomb dealer intervening famous
41:05
putting in dispute but the rest of they
41:09
didn’t know much about anything else and
41:11
you wanted to return it he’s object very
41:13
wealthy millionaire the u20s I want to
41:15
retire become a hunting Squire run a
41:17
little quiet life but bill gets a hold
41:19
of them no takes takes hold of the mill
41:22
quote forces him unquote to be the
41:24
greatest on a few to be ready on those
41:26
limits and and millis relationships
41:29
Ricardo’s out of a sort of a very very
41:32
brief for the nagging and Porthos PhD
41:36
mentor gotta write this guy right this
41:38
fucking of changes chapter put that in
41:41
there won’t walk together lady looking
41:43
correcting Ricardo’s stocks and adding
41:45
stuff taking some out finally Ricardo
41:49
book is finally finished perforating
41:51
army and Makar want to retire again no
41:54
no no I gotta go as a promise I’ve been
41:56
a leader in Parliament becomes a leader
41:58
in colma it doesn’t and other than
42:00
anything no tell them to do but hardly
42:01
did so and we put that in the context
42:05
for those gentle personality is
42:07
relationship to Ricardo our lab dominant
42:10
force that’s a money magnet
42:13
to qualify that and then we find out was
42:17
sweatin next week and cousins over we
42:21
find out our latest things thank you
42:23
find out for example no the first time
42:27
discovers saves Lola brings it into
42:29
English economics chosen to return of
42:31
mrs. Ricardo of it we say is law a very
42:34
important part of our systems
42:36
transmitted from milder Ricardo and 1808
42:41
he any hook in 1804 it turns out which
42:48
he wrote before he met Ricardo milled
42:51
involves the basics of Mason the Anton
42:54
basic outlines of accordion took the
42:55
economic system not a parlor know the
42:58
red theory but firstly all the rest of
43:00
the corn model example clicking on that
43:05
the is work in 1804 he typically for
43:14
those rate or over simple fire and put
43:16
ice on the heart of it’s also very
43:18
extreme I’m taking chunks of aggregates
43:20
ensuing real life he’s the one of
43:22
successive long-run equilibrium for the
43:24
help exactly the extreme out foodies
43:27
from other words no longer for the long
43:30
run tendency or short run Tennessee even
43:32
versus population the houston press on
43:34
the food supply modulation always
43:36
thought the weight rate is always a
43:37
systems on the period you’re always a
43:40
long running for being as miserable for
43:42
the way traits are always do I think
43:45
even says that
43:50
folks never same as mine mill here no
43:54
one will hesitate to allow the Tennessee
43:55
in the species and multiply as much
43:57
greater than the rapidity rapidity with
43:59
which there’s any chance of exclusive
44:01
the earth will be multiplied and he said
44:03
raise corn as fast as you please mouths
44:05
of renewing so fast as agent we can’t no
44:08
way together no way population has is
44:11
invariably prepping cosa mala tulips
44:13
computed and whatever quantity will be
44:15
produced that the man will we be
44:17
produced greater than the supply you
44:19
always in deep doo-doo all their
44:21
husbands a wage rate is going down below
44:25
it and corn is refuse to be the
44:28
surrogate for food and therefore the
44:30
pipe them and I guess it has a sense of
44:32
retinopathy core the pipes of course
44:36
always growing up because the rent from
44:38
the land of getting poorer for weight
44:40
your answer cooperative otherwise you
44:41
going below subsistence level and their
44:44
full price for profit boy polling got
44:45
the whole really the outlines on the
44:47
whole business really late you know for
44:51
and it concludes there any others who do
44:53
the money Wade raised its highly
44:54
regulated by the money types of corn
44:57
that’s as much by the way week for those
44:59
English English a secure and what’s the
45:02
extremist they call me corn okay so the
45:10
officer who would be spoiling the whole
45:12
the ability to have the whole bit rents
45:14
are going up an extra plate profit or
45:15
spoiling
45:18
by the way addition of anything he’s the
45:20
first Henry George’s the first time you
45:23
see the logic of Ricardo the landlords
45:27
are really personal and landlords are
45:29
not productive the only capture the
45:32
inheritance powers and soil things
45:35
because it was the other where the
45:37
phrase and a landlord’s are heating up
45:39
more and more percentage of a product or
45:40
service because rents are heating up
45:42
more more sweetness profits for me
45:44
versus local level is increasing from
45:48
some require who carried a logical
45:49
political email dozens of favor road tax
45:53
on land back but he doesn’t you know
45:55
they can’t include me can introduce it
45:56
in England’s ridiculous not politically
45:59
positives in India
46:18
not political t+ indeed you have helping
46:21
to run
46:24
when’s i’m packin india he doesn’t have
46:28
the moral argument because the economic
46:32
utilitarian version of it can we have us
46:37
but sweet has done i think a great great
46:42
research here is he’s shown that if
46:45
you’re left with the recording and
46:46
systems being as being a product of
46:49
milla not Recaros seem that the only
46:51
thing River carves got a kind of money
46:52
and banking is the world’s in power to
46:55
banish the trade takes place McShane
46:58
take place but most bestest something
47:01
we’ll meet versus something not just an
47:03
absolute advantage three arguments three
47:06
trays so and sweet has shown that the
47:09
Ricardos not interested in this didn’t
47:10
care about us he never use this part of
47:13
the Madison mill on the other hand
47:14
originated it making Stefan I think it
47:18
was late anything in a different view of
47:21
the 1807 William central young English
47:26
could be a crack therefore believe it
47:28
only Agriculture’s of agriculture is
47:30
important is my anything else
47:32
consumption of
47:34
transferred to nadine 07 right to be
47:36
published the book for britain
47:37
independent of commerce when he says
47:39
everybody’s worried about Napoleon’s
47:40
embargo what’s the matter the enviro
47:41
straight who cares only agriculture is
47:44
important most consumer stuff at home
47:45
and so in the press of international
47:47
trade bill likes his book review in the
47:51
eclectic review and expands into
47:53
commerce efendim 1808 and and brings
48:00
forth the world comparative advantage
48:01
when a jersey thing is work our family
48:04
ricardo condoms here’s our cars Ricardo
48:06
was in favor was not in favor of free
48:08
trade theory is only a freak favorite
48:10
free trade in deportation porn you want
48:12
to get the landlord’s off our backs and
48:13
their backs of these twenty years before
48:15
you do that the lower the price of corn
48:18
important mean wage rates and go down
48:20
and probably increase for a while so
48:22
that’s a capitalism fan that’s why we’re
48:26
part of the favor he wasn’t favorite
48:28
food in general didn’t care about Miller
48:30
did care about it so Miller gets regard
48:34
to include warp kapow ER managed a
48:36
couple of paragraphs you can focus and
48:38
that’s it before another person again no
48:41
we’re personal over time so it turns out
48:43
is known as a free trader mill with a
48:45
low compared to manage person the part
48:46
of the police it’s mostly except resume
48:50
modeling record model and
48:52
ramon absolutely care about so again we
48:55
have a million more comparative
48:56
advantages that are recorded I am no
49:01
numbers that is the is the thing will
49:08
have company for a while maybe why isn’t
49:10
even when John still would melt get back
49:12
glancing Jon Stewart engages in a
49:15
printable relationship that was father
49:17
screaming peculiar i think i’m opposed
49:21
psycho map psychohistory of psychobabble
49:22
sweet potato jonathan miller should
49:24
almost justify snuck off balance john
49:27
stuart mill while as follows a lot but
49:30
has to be a hardcore million these
49:31
writings for example he writes an
49:33
article praising bedford planning his
49:35
own name line under it the same time you
49:38
reckon are vulnerable attacking them
49:41
sick ok introduce what city at work
49:46
anyway after his father died and he
49:48
pulls away from the cooler than
49:50
everything but in 1848 he wants to
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reestablish million doctrines as follows
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daughter most people say want to reset
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for cardiac daughter really milling in
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bagram a warm are coming more and more
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concluded its filio playas ism at work
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saying its final respect to the golden
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man only the trade of usual or so and in
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any reestablish the latest really
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mysterious value which front of the way
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i think has a chance to go into this
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league with here at value might be a
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calvinist reason why Smith adopted
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pushes and mean one mill dr producers
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housing a heritage recall report not a
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cowboy cooking
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you see the Miller author other comes
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clearer and we establish the labor
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theory value what qualification but
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still there would be a whole system of
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the old man is back except one thing the
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monetary stuff in place seeing with cars
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really best comedies with monetary moon
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cycle analysis monetary theory business
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on hold those doesn’t have that mill
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adoptive backing school birdie and in
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mid eighteen forty detective view and
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you fix with his heritage eb surgical
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precision the cause of the night right
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expansion of the recycled inflation the
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bank credit expansion money compliance
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photo that he takes me back in school do
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not open money five passes and I
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kissably recipient with the cause of
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business on William deepened trade
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something about trade and industry
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disposal EP Samantha money thank you
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simply passive recipients of living well
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it turns out so it looks like an anomaly
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why is no hanging position you son of a
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store father’s a doctor mark chromatin
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Oregon hope talking about Adam Smith
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knows where the Gainesville sort of
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appendages only two pages points now the
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mill with an early extreme version of am
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a capable person
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reenact the system of gentlemen Elvis
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you here he called chrome across the
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real bow dr silly eyes are truly a
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banking school rocker great a very a
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weird of a wild version of it namely
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that bank money is always voluntary he
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voluntarily any excess of bank money
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over absolute minimum will be
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immediately returned to the bank with no
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problem of the same don’t worry about
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increasing my entire overuse leaking
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freeze electron anything that sort none
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of that is disqualifications about self
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liquidating short-term credit or measure
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of things a little starkly banking
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school doctrine published in 1808 and a
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review of a book by Thomas Smith and in
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boro review of my things milk so now he
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founded the sort of complete the picture
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I think of Jon Stewart he’s restoring a
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filial piety and restoring games
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including the banking school doctor has
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not been known until now does a little
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bit sort of out of that didn’t make that
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much I’m moving thank you so to conclude
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about genes known i think it’s
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fascinating character hop fascinating
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hardcore types why did he under play his
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achievement and wanted me adam smith for
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examples what he invented everything but
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the liberty that was free marketing that
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was natural law or whatever it’s kind of
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a attacking people who knew pleasure ah
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and this is more usual i saying entry
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important for me to say no I’m simply
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your humble whatever sexy person
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obviously was not comfortable while a
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friend of mine said as Fergie a friend
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of mine destroying amenities look why’d
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you look at the economic aspect of it
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namely mill was impoverished p1s writer
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Bentham is extremely wealthy requires
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extremely well and you’re telling your
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wealthy buddies and paste in the river
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hey you as a real master usually using
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vendor wars I’m just a home from your
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humble servant and that might be a
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cynical approach that I think is
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realistic knowing off of the milvan sort
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of type anyway the exception is good
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promote good end I think that’s the
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solve the historical puzzle when I think
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of the safest emergency passes arrogance
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is more interesting news and Jon Stewart
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right now Phyllis might perform wire

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