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Adam Smith, Radical and Egalitarian: An Interpretation for the 21st Century Paperback – 1 Jun 2006


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An excellent new work. -- William Keegan a welcome addition to the ever growing literature on Smith's thought. -- Dennis C. Rasmussen, Bowdoin College History of Political Thought Throughout his book, the author is concerned with the Scottish context. And he knows it well, achieving an interesting and accessible narrative. All in all, this book is very good reading! it is a book to recommend for general readers and Smith scholars. -- Leonidas Montes, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, Santiago Adam Smith Review McLean is, unusually, both an accomplished political scientist and a witty writer and he sets himself the task of rescuing Smith for the centre-left. -- Public magazine The Guardian An excellent new work. a welcome addition to the ever growing literature on Smith's thought. Throughout his book, the author is concerned with the Scottish context. And he knows it well, achieving an interesting and accessible narrative. All in all, this book is very good reading! it is a book to recommend for general readers and Smith scholars. McLean is, unusually, both an accomplished political scientist and a witty writer and he sets himself the task of rescuing Smith for the centre-left. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Iain McLean is Official Fellow in Politics, Nuffield College, Oxford, and Professor of Politics, University of Oxford. Author of more than 100 papers and 15 books, includingRational Choice & British Politics: an analysis of rhetoric and manipulation from Peel to Blair. Oxford University Press, 2001; General editor and contributor, Concise Oxford Dictionary of Politics, Oxford University Press, 1996. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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