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Regardless of what kind of commodity a merchant sells, a significant increase in the value of that commodity should result in a corresponding increase in profit for that merchant. Should any merchant be forced to take a lesser percentage of profit from a sale because of heightened value of his or her product? I say no. This is especially true when the increase in value is based upon public demand for the product and not because of any adverse actions by that merchant.
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