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Adam Smith:
His Life, Thought, and Legacy
Edited by Ryan Patrick Hanley

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"This brilliantly conceived collection brings together leading scholars from a variety of disciplines and walks of life to reflect on Adam Smith's life, thought, influence, and legacy. There is a great deal of value here to both the novice and seasoned scholar. This volume is now the best companion to reading Adam Smith."--Jerry Z. Muller, author of Adam Smith in His Time and Ours: Designing the Decent Society

"This book provides an up-to-date guide to the entire range and breadth of Adam Smith's work, life, and influence. It weaves across disciplines and genres, providing a compendious account and covering all possible bases."--Duncan Kelly, author of The Propriety of Liberty

"Hanley has assembled a remarkable group of contributors who cover the astonishing range of Smith's interests and writings. There are philosophers, political theorists, economists, theologians, and historians, and some welcome political and ideological diversity as well. There is a great deal of value here for both novices and seasoned scholars across a variety of disciplines."--Jerry Z. Muller, author of Capitalism and the Jews

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