Advantage of Knowledge
Progress, Steam-power, Machinery, Transport, Commerce, Imperialism
Considers the many advantages possessed by 'a man of small fortune' in England (50), resulting from international trade, steam-driven machinery, a well-developed transport system, military protection, the press, and books.
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