The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson. By One of the Firm Ch. 22–24 [9/9]
In reflecting on his commercial principles, George Robinson asks himself, 'Of what use is all this about adulteration? If Mrs. Jones will buy her sausages at a lower price per pound than pork fetches in the market, has she a right to complain when some curious doctor makes her understand that her viands have not been supplied exclusively from the pig? [...] If there be dishonesty in this, it is with the purchaser, not with the vendor' (309).
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