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The conclusion that those in a position of competitive weakness through a desire for instant gratification can be charged a high price (Gen. 25:31‑33; Gen. 25:23; Mal. 1:2‑3; Heb. 12:16) is not sufficient to justify charging high prices to those forced by unpredictable circumstances into a position of competitive weakness (Prov. 11:26); nevertheless the sanctions for holding food off the market to obtain a higher price do not include a civil sanction (Prov. 11:26).
- Gary North, The Dominion Covenant: Genesis 177, 183 (1987) at www.freebooks.com/: html, DjVu.