In the The Meaning of Money booklet, the quote "Money is your means of survival." would relate to The Source of Wealth excerpt. In the Source of Wealth, Adam Smith had stated that to make wealth with no “manipulation of the money supply by government,” there 's a need for innovation, hard work, savings as well as investments. Money, considering it is valuable, is used to purchase things that 's needed; products and services. The value of money is extremely important to the society, especially since people use it to buy what they need and want. Some people were encouraged to spend more to get what you need to survive which resulted as an inflation.
The quote from the pamphlet, “...it is the best performance, the man of best judgement and highest ability...and the degree of a man’s productiveness is the degree of his reward.” can be related to the summary of Market ...
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The last quote that I chose is “Try to obtain your food by means of nothing but physical motions—and you 'll learn that man 's mind is the root of all the goods produced and of all the wealth that has ever existed on earth.” The "Entrepreneur as Hero" used to compare to the quote due to the fact that entrepreneurs start with the draft of their ideas first before actually creating them. Malcom McLean (was also referenced in another paragraph) had created an idea of how making shipment on ships more efficient and not to have any hard labor or accidents. The quote linked to video because the quote stated “...man’s mind is the root of all the goods produced…” as well as the wealth that existed on Earth. It shows how entrepreneurs’ use their creativity to make inventions or used their ideas to make the society more efficient.
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