An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations Topics for Discussion

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Why is corn set equal to gold in the international market?

How international in outlook was the author?

What is rent with respect to land in the context of the first portion of the text? Differentiate this from rent as something paid for the use of lodgings one does not own.

Why do foreign trades often take longer, 2 -3 years, rather than only 1 year as in local exchanges?

What is an annuity?

Why do governments borrow from themselves?

What are the four types of capital?

Briefly describe each of the 3 ways that capital can be applied.

What was the main effect of the East India company's control of the trade routes to East India from Europe?

What does Adam Smith describe as the main economic change caused by the Union of England and Scotland?

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