Seven years later, free trader
Del Simons hired a Buhl aircraft from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan for a 1,500-mile experimental fur-buying trip.
9) Buchanan, who in 1814 produced a very interesting annotated edition of the Wealth of Nations, was a staunch free trader
, and did not agree with Smith's appreciation of the Navigation Laws (Buchanan 1814, II: 209 n).
1, 1851; speech of Felix Huston, in (Natchez) Mississippi Free Trader
Bergsten, Assistant Treasury Secretary in the Carter Administration, is a high-church free trader
offended by the protectionist label.
This seems reasonable to me, but I will nevertheless give the last word on this stimulating book to a (hypothetical) free trader
, who might point out (or claim) that one of the key policy institutions eventually achieved by the developed world after a century or so of struggle and trial and error is free trade itself--so why should the late-developers penalise themselves unnecessarily by not moving directly to the End Game?
As a result, the 1930s were characterised by what John Hicks, a free trader
and later Nobel laureate, described as "nihilism": if markets were imperfect, it was no longer possible to believe in the efficiency of free trade.
The stranger, whom the pilgrims interview at length, had wandered all over the Western seas as a slave, and later as a free trader
One free trader
who is looking forward with confidence is the prominent coffee exporter, Gustave Gaviria.
I can assure you that neither side is a nave free trader
I'm an unabashed free trader
," said Johnson, a leading voice in the Conservative "Tea Party" wing of the Republicans.
Between old and new muddle, and the certain prospect that the demolition of each bad idea merely allows others to take root and grow in its place, the task of the free trader
is never finished.
He may be the most deeply committed free trader