Political Economy

Authors

  • Mark Twain

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-056-10-2005-03_5

Keywords:

Political Economy

Abstract

Political economy is the basis of all good government. The wisest men of all ages have brought to bear upon this subject the— [Here I was interrupted and informed that a stranger wished to see me down at the door. I went and confronted him, and asked to know his business, struggling all the time to keep a tight rein on my seething political economy ideas, and not let them break away from me or get tangled in their harness. And privately I wished the stranger was in the bottom of the canal with a cargo of wheat on top of him. I was all in a fever, but he was cool. He said he was sorry to disturb me, but as he was passing he noticed that I needed some lightning rods.

Published

2005-03-05

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Section

Articles