An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations Multiple Choice Test Questions

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1. What does the division of labor do for a manufacturer?
(a) It simplifies the productive powers of labor.
(b) It decreases the productive powers of labor.
(c) It complicates the productive powers of labor.
(d) It increases the productive powers of labor.

2. Where are the separation of different trades and employments from one another generally found?
(a) In those countries which have the least degree of industry and improvement.
(b) In those countries which are have completed their industry and improvement.
(c) In those countries which have yet to pursue industry and improvement.
(d) In those countries which enjoy the highest degree of industry and improvement.

3. What kind of business does not lend itself to many subdivisions of labor?
(a) Textile manufacturing.
(b) Agriculture.
(c) Foundry.
(d) Ship building.

4. Why are the silks of France better and cheaper than those of England?
(a) Because France has an extreme surplus of silk manufacturers.
(b) Because silk manufacturing is not as well suited to the climate of England as it is to that of France.
(c) Because there is little demand for English silk.
(d) Because silk manufacturing is not popular in England.

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