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Friday, September 30, 2005

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PippaLyons

i agree that adam smith was a brilliant economist, and what i think is even better is that adam smith wealth of nations still holds relevance today, even though it was written over 300 years ago. This book has influenced politics, thought as well as other economists, and i think it is great how you are acknowledging that on this website.

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