The Wealth of Nations

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Addressing the nature and causes of the wealth of nations, Adam Smith made one of the most potent contributions to subsequent ideological history. In the West since the early-19th century he has been the patron saint of "homo economicus". More recently, successive British governments have invoked his policy recommendations of free trade and "laissez-faire" to aid their extension of privatization and market effectiveness into areas such as health and education. Smith, however, not only viewed merchants and manufacturers with ...

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mcmarada

Jun 18, 2009

Classics

One of the books, that must be in every library of an economic proffesional. Really worth the price, very valuable.

Memo

Jan 22, 2009

Reference Book

This book was in good condition. and an excellent reference book. It should be required reading by the members of Congress.

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