Adam Smith - Life and Times of a Political Economist (Biography)
Adam Smith - Life and Times of a Political Economist is a biography of Adam Smith, an 18th century Scottish philosopher who was a prominent figure in the Scottish Enlightenment movement. Smith was known as a pioneering political economist whose works, The Theory of Moral Sentiments and An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations was the foundation for the modern day study of Economics. Adam Smith - Life and Times of a Political Economist is highly recommended for those interested in the history and life of Adam Smith and how his works have influenced the world today.
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