-Amartya Sen, from the Introduction
I have read this book 3 times and have now just picked up the habit of reading a couple chapters whenever.
To truly understand Adam Smith's economic masterpiece "The Wealth of Nations", one must understand its moral foundation.
Apparently they fail to mention that the book is written by a computer program that scans the original text.
well written as I suspected from the author. Should be required reading in HS and Colleges before "the Wealth of Nations".Published 1 day ago by Roy Purkiss
This is not a review of the sentiments, just the qulity of the book and very short wait.Published 3 months ago by A. Poczter
An amazing book. It is one of these book that change your way of perceiving the world-- entirely and forever.Published 3 months ago by F
Could not find details of original publication of this masterwork in the edition sent - this was pretty disappointing - after all I wanted to use the text as a referencePublished 5 months ago by Jeremy Cripps
Moral sentimeats and emotions are critical. NO FREE MARKET iS EVER TOTALLY FRRR>Businessmen will collude and Smith says that. Read morePublished 5 months ago by rh