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The wealth of nations. Books IV-V

Adam Smith ; edited with an introduction and notes by Andrew Skinner.
Summary
In the fourth and fifth book of his classic treatise on economics, Adam Smith examines the mercantile system and the need to limit economic regulation; then develops the case for a restricted state role, advocating a system of part private, part public finance for education, transport, justice, and defence.

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HB161 .S6522 1999
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1999
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0140436154
9780140436150
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lxii, 602 p. ;
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