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The Essential Adam Smith

by Adam Smith

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Adam Smith is often misrepresented by both Left and Right. While there is no really easy way to study what he actually said, this book is the easiest. There are some good comments on Adam Smith, and this book in particular, at Relentlessly Progressive Economics. ( )
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Extracts from the writings of Adam Smith, the founder of Political Economy, by a leading democratic socialist who is a proclaimed enemy of the "system of natural liberty" being described by Adam Smith.
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