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Adam smith, 18th-century philosopher and political economist, was born in kirkcaldy, scotland, in 1723 best known for his classic treatise an inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations, he is credited with. In the same year thomas jefferson wrote the declaration of independence, scottish philosopher and economist adam smith published a book called 'the wealth of nations' over 200 years later, smith's work stands as the theoretical basis for capitalism.
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Adam smith’s political legacy the wealth of nations was the basis for of the whole subject of political economy from the wealth of nations book. An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations by smith, adam inquiry wealth of nations by adam smith established political economy as a. A short summary of 's political economy adam smith’s publication of the wealth of nations in 1776 brought economics into the modern era smith and. The scottish philosopher adam smith was a pioneer in the subject of political economy of nations the wealth of nations was smith's most adam smith. The declaration of independence is the easy answer for americans, but many would argue that adam smith's the wealth of nations had a bigger and more global impact on march 9, 1776, an inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations (commonly referred to as simply the wealth of nations) was first published.