Jean Baptiste Say, Letters to Mr. Malthus, and A Catechism of Political Economy 
Letters to Mr. Malthus, on Several Subjects of Political Economy, and on the Cause of the Stagnation of Commerce. To Which is added, A Catechism of Political Economy, or Familiar Conversations on the Manner in which Wealth is Produced, Distributed, and Consumed in Society, trans. John Richter (London: Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1821).
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Say replies to Malthus’s negative views about the impact of population on the well-being of workers, and provides a popularization of his economic views.
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- Letters, &c.
- Letter I.
- Letter II.
- Letter III.
- Letter IV.
- Letter V.
- Catechism of Political Economy; Or, Familiar Conversations On the Manner In Which Wealth Is Produced, Distributed, and Consumed.
- Chapter the First.: On the Composition of Wealth and the Use of Money.
- Chapter II.: On the Utility and Value of Products.
- Chapter III.: On Production.
- Chapter IV.: On the Operations Common to All the Species of Industry.
- Chapter V.: On Capital and Land.
- Chapter VI.: On the Formation of Capital.
- Chapter VII.: On the Manner In Which the Value of Products Is Established, and of the Charges of Production.
- Chapter VIII.: On the Profits of Industry, Capital, and Land; That Is, Income.
- Chapter IX.: On Wages, Interest, and Rent.
- Chapter X.: On Incomes Founded On Immaterial Products.
- Chapter XI.: On Consumption In General.
- Chapter XII.: On Private Consumption.
- Chapter XIII.: On Public Consumption.
- Chapter XIV.: On Public Property and Taxes.
- Chapter XV.: On Public Loans.
- Chapter XVI.: On Property, and the Nature of Riches.
- Chapter XVII.: On the Real and Nominal Price.
- Chapter XVIII.: On Money.
- Chapter XIX.: On Signs Representing Money.
- Chapter XX.: On Markets.
- Chapter XXI.: On Regulations Or Restraints of Industry.
- Chapter XXII.: On Importations, Duties, and Prohibitions.
- Chapter XXIII.: On Exportation.
- Chapter XXIV.: On Population.
- Chapter XXV.: On Colonies.