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1. 
What significant events were occurring in England and North America at the time that The Wealth of Nations was written?

(3 points)


2.  What was Adam Smith's purpose in writing The Wealth of Nations?

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3.  Why does Smith think that pursuing personal interests is a more effective way to benefit society than trying to pursue the interest of society as a whole?

(3 points)


4.  Why does Smith think that the government should stay out of economic affairs?

(4 points)


5.  Are there any reasons why Smith's model of capitalism might not be a successful argument in favor of the free-market system? Explain.

(4 points)


6.  Smith points out the possibility of producers contriving to raise prices. Are there other problems with the free-market system that he did not point out?


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1. Events before writing the Wealth of Nations
Enlistment of Blacks in the Continental Congress
About five hundred thousand people of the total population were enslaved both women
and children most of whom were the Negros. In 1775, there was a big announcement that all the
blacks the slave and free would be rejected altogether. Most of the blacks were integrated into
the military and were able to form the bucks of America (Smith, 2005). Many were released and
were not supposed to endure the fatigue that is experienced during the campaigns.
Shelling of troops from British in Boston by America
It was the revolutionary war that occurred during the opening campaign in Boston. There
was accumulation of militia in...

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