: Léon Walras
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1 ; for either there must be two rates of profit on agricultural capital, or ten
quarters, or the value of ten
quarters must be withdrawn from the produce of No.
1, for some other purpose. Whether the proprietor of the land, or any other person
, cultivated No. 1, these ten
quarters would equally constitute rent
; for the
cultivator of No. 2 would get the same result with his capital, whether he
cultivated No. 1 , paying ten
quarters for rent
, or continued to cultivate No. 2,
paying no rent
. In the same ...