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A contemporary or supporter of Richard III.
- The danger from such ‘Ricardians ' led to Richard's own mysterious death in Pontefract Castle soon afterwards.
- An even more striking case was that of Maud Ufford, the dowager Countess of Oxford, a devoted Ricardian who orchestrated opposition to Henry IV in Essex in 1403-4.
- Who better to whet the biographical appetite than the Shakespearean villain metamorphosed as hero by devoted ‘Ricardians’?
- Example sentences
- As historian Barry Gordon has pointed out, there is a lively opposition to Say's Law and the rule of Ricardianism in the economic press throughout the early and mid-nineteenth century.
- As Hilton points out, the posing of this question marks the end merely of the sway of Ricardianism in such technical economic questions as value, rent, and wages.
Relating to or denoting the doctrines of the political economist David Ricardo (1772–1823).
- Their paper argues that the correct attribution should be to Ricardo, with Marshall bringing forward in time the Ricardian tax incidence doctrine.
- These furs he shipped to London, returning with more musical instruments, in a scenario that seems a textbook example of Ricardian trade according to comparative advantage, as indeed do most of Astor's money making endeavors.
- Although Stigler had no quarrel with the interpretation of Ricardian economics offered in such accounts, this left, as he pointed out to me, the obvious problem: Why did it ever succeed?
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