Supply and Demand

It is of the greatest importance to our welfare that we should clearly understand the true nature of supply and demand, since it often appears that many are the victims of poverty and distress through a failure of supply with which to meet the demand.

A dictionary defines "supply" as "the amount available to meet the need;" while demand is "that which is claimed as due by right or authority;" also, as "the desire to possess, combined with ability to pay."

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