Usage examples for economic

  1. Complications ensued; but they were economic, not romantic. – Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw
  2. It will be economic revolution. – The Atlantic Book of Modern Plays by Various
  3. This would have meant great progress in invention and science- or in some fields of science, the economic for instance. – This Simian World by Clarence Day Jr.
  4. According to Mr. Eyre's cable to the " New York World" of February 21, 1920, Lenine said, speaking in English: " Russia's present economic distress is simply a part of the world's economic distress. – The Red Conspiracy by Joseph J. Mereto
  5. There is no denying that the economic system of the Hans was marvelous. – The Airlords of Han by Philip Francis Nowlan
  6. And what applies to individuals applies also to nations; under the existing economic system, a nation's interest is seldom the same as that of the world at large, and then only by accident. – The Problem of China by Bertrand Russell
  7. It can be said that between the grey past of territorial depression and the grey future of economic routine the strange clouds lifted, and we beheld the land of the living. – Appreciations and Criticisms of the Works of Charles Dickens by G. K. Chesterton
  8. Unless he is exceptionally intelligent he does not understand that this simple rule is complicated by modern economic conditions, and by the enormous number of women thrown on their own resources. – Home Life in Germany by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
  9. In the great majority of cases this results in serious economic loss both to the boy or girl and to the community. – Community Civics and Rural Life by Arthur W. Dunn
  10. For it is now generally admitted that war is nothing but economic competition in its acutest form. – The Emancipation of Massachusetts by Brooks Adams
  11. In the '80's there were hundreds of thousands of people in the world who understood that the trust was a natural economic growth. – A Preface to Politics by Walter Lippmann
  12. For economic analysis of the modern type one naturally looks in vain; moral analysis of social relations has, however, rarely been carried farther. – John Woolman's Journal by John Woolman Commentator: Vida Scudder
  13. The first is that the economic condition of Germany is far worse than she has allowed us to know. – The Devil's Paw by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  14. Wherever the two have met in economic competition, John has won hands down. – The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy by Theodore Lothrop Stoddard
  15. It will be seen at once that the question is at bottom an economic one. – Humanly Speaking by Samuel McChord Crothers
  16. What an extraordinary episode in the economic progress of man that age was which came to an end in August, 1914! – The Economic Consequences of the Peace by John Maynard Keynes