Lauderdale's Notes on Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations
Psychology Press, 1996 - 168 Seiten
The notes are reproduced in full from the hand-written notes and marginalia which appear in Lauderdale's own edition of The Wealth of Nations along with the relevant passages to which they refer.
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Extracts from Volume I with notes by James Maitland 8th Earl
Extracts from Volume II with notes by James Maitland 8th Earl
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