Golden Age of Invention: A Capital Idea

“It seems a wonder to the world, that such a small country, not fully so big as two of our best shires, having little natural wealth, victuals, timber or other necessary ammunitions, either for war or peace, should notwithstanding possess them all in such extraordinary plenty” — thus spoke Thomas Mun, one of the great early English economic thinkers, in…

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