The Wisdom of Adam Smith
Selected by John Haggarty
Edited and with an Introduction by Benjamin A. Rogge
Adam Smith was an eloquent man of considerable philosophical and historical learning. His most incisive and enduring observations are collected here on subjects ranging from political and economic history to morals, art, education, war, and the American colonies. Throughout, notes an admirer in the introduction, “his writing is blessedly free of that use of jargon (and mathematics) that characterizes most of the modern materials in economics. His ideas are expressed in a lucid, straightforward manner that makes them accessible to all.”
Jun 1977 | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 | 234 Pages
Introduction, selector's note, index.