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For a truth, about 3 4 of this book is 18th century blabber about corn prices Of the remaining 1 4, about 1 2 is criticism of mercantilsm, which is mostly obvious and definitely boring The remaining 1 8 of the book, however, is worth fighting through the rest for Even if you ve heard the explanation of the invisible hand a thousand times, there is something magical about reading the actual words by the father himselfIt is not from the benevolence of the but The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith 1978 1357 18 1395 The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith 1978 1357 18 1395 362 A prideful and ambitious boy, hearing that President Kennedy had been a speed reader, I cut lawns and shovelled walks to pay for an Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics program We met in the spare basement of the hideous modern structure that passed for Park Ridge s Inn a residence primarily for attendants and pilots from the airlines utilizing nearby O Hare International Airport I was a sopho, the youngest in class, quite serious and full of myself.The Wood method consisted, basically, of two A prideful and ambitious boy, hearing that President Kennedy had been a speed reader, I cut lawns and shovelled walks to pay for an Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics program We met in the spare bas The Wealth of Nations is the book that changed greed to a virtue instead of a sin In fact, greed is one of the Seven Deadly Sins in Christian theology Greed is a sin in ALL the great religions, including Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Zen Buddhism, Buddhism, American Indian Spiritualism, Wiccan nature love, Bah Faith, How can one go through life without reading the Wealth of Nations Adam Smith had the idea of modern economics before the United States was even sovereign I go not so much for good writers, as I do for inno For some reason, the American Right tend to be as vehemently in favor of the Invisible Hand of the market as they are vehemently against the Invisible Hand of Darwinian selection And the old USSR was exactly the same, except that they reversed the two positions.Am I the only person who t |Download Book ⚖ The Wealth of Nations ☫ Adam Smith S Masterpiece, First Published In , Is The Foundation Of Modern Economic Thought And Remains The Single Most Important Account Of The Rise Of, And The Principles Behind, Modern Capitalism Written In Clear And Incisive Prose, The Wealth Of Nations Articulates The Concepts Indispensable To An Understanding Of Contemporary Society And Robert Reich S Introduction Both Clarifies Smith S Analyses And Illuminates His Overall Relevance To The World In Which We Live As Reich Writes, Smith S Mind Ranged Over Issues As Fresh And Topical Today As They Were In The Late Eighteenth Century Jobs, Wages, Politics, Government, Trade, Education, Business, And Ethics Introduction By Robert Reich Commentary By R H Campbell And A S Skinner Includes A Modern Library Reading Group Guide One of the hardest books I have ever read I feel overwhelmed as far as the concepts so I will just make a general comment If you want to understand the foundational concepts of economic policy and have the perspective of a true genius then this book is for you It is SCARY how many situations Adam Smith predicted and it is sad how little things have changed as far as the wealthy and the poor If you read this book and Das Capital I would argue that you will be able to hold your own as far One of the hardest books I have ever read I feel overwhelmed AcknowledgementsIntroductionNote on the TextSelect BibliographyA Chronology of Adam Smith and His Times An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations Abridged Explanatory Notes and CommentaryIndex Always a great classic on economics His one fatal flaw was opening the door for Marx By placing value based on labor, laborers feel they are the ones that deserve all the reward Labor means nothing if no one wants the item being produced The free market drives price, not the amount of labor