How does he answer this objection?
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what objection to the proposal does the speaker think readers might raise?
Swift concludes by saying first that he would welcome any other suggestions anyone may have on this question, then assuring the reader that he has no personal economic stake in this idea because he has no children and therefore could not profit by selling them to be eaten.
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