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As Thoreau discusses the way men live in "Economy," which of the following individuals would Thoreau most likely categorize as a "proprietor of such great impropriety"?
A businessman who sells newly-developed technologies.
A local farmer relying on established agricultural techniques.
A frequent traveler who uses multiple methods of travel.
A jewelry maker who peddles her wares in the surrounding village
An athlete who seeks to set a previously unrecorded record.