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Many policies, by which Government seeks to equalise distribution, are rightly intended also to increase production, so that the whole community may be benefited and not one part only at the expense of the rest. Examples of such policies are public expenditure on education, State-aided land purchase, and cheap, or even free, medical attendance for the poorer classes. The limits of governmental interference of this kind should be partly determined by the efficiency of individual effort and existing private enterprise.3