Adam Smith

  • Andrew S. Skinner
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Abstract

Adam Smith (1723–1790) was born in Kirkcaldy, on the east coast of Scotland, and baptized on 5 June, 1723. He was the son of Adam Smith, Clerk to the Court Martial and Comptroller of Customs in the town (who died before his son was born) and of Margaret Douglas of Strathendry.

Keywords

Fatigue Europe Income Coherence Expense 

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