On the 300th anniversary of the birth of Adam Smith, Mark Skousen discusses his historical significance. And yes, the “invisible hand” image is apt and should be defended against critics.
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Classical Economics, by Murray Rothbard
The Making of Modern Economics, 4th ed., by Mark Skousen
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