The Modern Political Tradition. Episode 8, Smith and the Market Revolution.
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[San Francisco, California, USA] : The Great Courses, 2014., Kanopy Streaming, 2019.
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English

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Lawrence Cahoone
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Inspired by the commercial success of Holland and England, a number of 18th-century intellectuals argued that a society of self-interested producers is good, despite its flaunting of traditional, classical, and Christian virtues. Investigate these thinkers, including Voltaire and Adam Smith, who each believed commerce promotes liberty, peace, and prosperity.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Cahoone, L. (2014). The Modern Political Tradition . The Great Courses.

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Cahoone, Lawrence. 2014. The Modern Political Tradition. The Great Courses.

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Cahoone, Lawrence. The Modern Political Tradition The Great Courses, 2014.

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Cahoone, Lawrence. The Modern Political Tradition The Great Courses, 2014.

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