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  • ...ed competitors]] in a [[free market]] rather than through [[Tax|compulsory taxation]]; the complete [[deregulation]] of nonintrusive personal and [[economic]] ...opposes private property.<ref>''Encyclopædia Britannica'' Online: [ "Libertarianism"]. Retrieved July 30 2007 </ref>
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  • ...Dictionary -medieval" [ Definition from Online Etymology Dictionary] - Retrieved October 2 ...letian’s reforms had created a strong governmental bureaucracy, reformed taxation, and strengthened the army. These changes bought the Empire time, but these
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  • ===Taxation without representation=== ...eir needs and conditions, could represent them.<ref>William S. Carpenter, "Taxation Without Representation" in ''Dictionary of American History'', vol. 7, edit
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  • ...tise of Taxes and Contributions,'' Petty sought to establish principles of taxation and public expenditure, to which the monarch could adhere, when deciding ho ...t believed in a harmonious natural world. The parallels in their canons of taxation epitomize their joint belief in natural liberty and equality. They both saw
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  • ...ble. However, it was the abundant turtles that ships were attracted to, in search of fresh meat for their crews. Overfishing the turtles nearly extinguished === Taxation ===
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  • ...]]. Ricardo's best known work is his ''Principles of Political Economy and Taxation'' (1817, 1821), which contains his critique of barriers to international tr *reducing [[taxation]] to encourage enterprise and encourage hard work,
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  • When Rehoboam refused to lighten Solomon's policy of heavy taxation and forced labor, the northern tribes seceded from his kingdom, proclaiming ...ime, the immediate cause of the north's rebellion was Rehoboam's labor and taxation policies. Under his father, the people were [[tax]]ed heavily to pay for th
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  • ...e|agricultural]] production more efficient; and how to make [[market]]s, [[taxation]] policies, and other [[money|monetary]] instruments transparent and free f ...apital]]. His best known work is his ''Principles of Political Economy and Taxation'' (1817), which contains his critique of barriers to [[international trade]
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  • ...; the [[freedom to petition]]; and the rights to be free of unreasonable [[search and seizure]]; [[cruel and unusual punishment]]; and compelled [[Fifth Amen ...gainst "[[cruel and unusual punishment]]s",<ref>Article 9</ref> baseless [[search and seizure]],<ref> Article 10</ref> and be guaranteed a [[jury trial|trial
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  • Bengali craftsmen were obliged to work for minimal pay and pay heavy [[taxation|taxes]]. The result was the [[famine]] of 1769 to 1773 in which 10 million ...India has also become a major exporter of software as well as financial, research, and technology services. India's software exports are growing at the rate
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  • Development ===Taxation===
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  • ...from [[Gwonmun]] aristocrats to members of the [[Sunjin]] faction to avoid taxation. That increased the national income two-fold. In addition, King Taejong con ...e [[Treaty of Ganghwa]] in 1876. Japan encroached upon Korean territory in search of fish, iron ore, and natural resources. Japan exercised increasing pressu
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  • ...Then in regard to the important question with [[Spain]] as to the right of search, Pitt has disarmed criticism by acknowledging that the course he followed d ...hose who acted with him contented themselves with resisting the disastrous taxation scheme on the ground of expediency.
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  • ... in order to focus on stimulating the domestic economy. He believed in low taxation. ...ut. In the same year, however, his influence was seriously threatened by a taxation scheme he introduced. The revenue of the country had been severely diminish
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  • ...ted heavily during the Ottoman occupation of the country. Heavy burdens of taxation were placed on the Christian peasantry, and many Greeks were reduced to sub ===Taxation and the "tribute of children"===
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  • ... boards and levy their own taxes and fees subject to Board of Estimate and Taxation limits. ...ility of Wi-Fi, [[transportation]] solutions, medical trials, university research and development expenditures, advanced degrees held by the work force, and
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  • ...ll the Chinese students, had just turned 16.<ref>Jonathan D. Spence, ''The Search for Modern China'' (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1999, ISBN 0393307808)’s reform agenda was to prevent reallocation of profits except through taxation or through the banking system; this kept state-owned industries more or les
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  • ...n new settlements. Those from the less prosperous Hispaniola were eager to search for new success in a new settlement. From there [[Juan Ponce de León]] con ...nean, the Barbary Coast, and Italy, 1500-1800.'' ''Ohio State University Research News''. Retrieved November 16, 2008.</ref>
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  • ...ter, ministers of state ''(mantris)'' dealt with the judiciary matters and taxation. Ashoka issued ''Sasanasad'' (ordinances). However, he appears to have list ... 414 <small>C.E.</small>, the Chinese scholar Fa-Hien traveled to India in search of great Buddhist books of discipline. He reported seeing works of art, roc
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  • Ref: [ ITIS 30562]<br> ...ed to the establishment of [[slavery]] in the colonies. Conflicts over the taxation and regulation of the trade of tobacco were sources of conflict between the
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