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Type: Journal article
Title: Adam Smith: the man, the mind, and the troubled soul
Author: Hill, L.
Citation: The Review of Politics, 2012; 74(02):307-316
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Issue Date: 2012
ISSN: 0034-6705
1748-6858
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Responsibility: 
Lisa Hill
Abstract: There is enormous and unabated interest in Smith's thought partly because he remains—rightly or wrongly—the most important touchstone for the liberal, free-market project. But it is also because his work is so rich and therefore capable of bearing multiple interpretations. In fact, Smith studies is a surprisingly large and competitive field, with its own journal: in 2003 the quantity of secondary literature on Smith could be realistically described as “enough to sink a small boat” (Margaret Schabas, “Adam Smith's Debts to Nature,” in Oeconomies in the Age of Newton, ed. De Marchi and Schabas [Duke University Press, 2003], 1) and today it is even larger. Here are three new books to add to that growing literature; all are important additions.
Rights: © University of Notre Dame
RMID: 0020124542
DOI: 10.1017/S0034670512000411
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