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It is a matter of indifference whether one produces foodstuffs and raw materials at home oneself or, if it seems more economic, obtains them from abroad in exchange for other products that one has produced. Nation, State, and Economy p. 84 International Trade
The world community of labor is based on the reciprocal advantage of all participants. Whoever wants to maintain and extend it must renounce all resentment in advance. Nation, State, and Economy p. 220 International Trade
Imports are in fact paid for by exports and not by money. Theory of Money and Credit, The p. 286 International Trade