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Adam Smith and Liberal Economics: Reading the Minimum Wage Debate of 1795-96

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  • Christopher Martin
Volume Number 8
Issue Number 2
Pages 110-125
File URL Adam Smith and Liberal Economics: Reading the Minimum Wage Debate of 1795-96
Publication year 2011

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  1. Dear Chris,

    What a splendid, persuasive piece! I like especially that you have gone over Emma’s evidence so closely.

    Regards,

    Deirdre McCloskey

    posted 14 May 2011 by Deirdre McCloskey

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