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public goods
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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economics:  goods that are available for all to consume regardless of who pays and who does not pay
  • Thee, prince! it fits alike to speak and hear, Pronounce with judgment, with regard give ear, To see no wholesome motion be withstood, And ratify the best for public good.
    Book 9 (19% in)

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