The Essential Adam Smith (Essential Scholars)

· Essential Scholars Book 2 · Fraser Institute · Narrated by Michael Lenz
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Adam Smith (1723–1790) is widely hailed as the founding father of the discipline now known as economics, and he is widely credited as the founding father of what is now known as capitalism. Smith’s 1776 book, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, is often cited as the beginning of both economics and capitalism, and its influence since its publication ranks it among the most important works of the last millennium.

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Ildebrando Pérez
February 10, 2024
Very interesting comments on the text. Good approach based on quotations.
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