The History of Economic Thought, cont.


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This paper tells you everything you need to know in order to impress your friends with your knowledge of the most famous people and the useful past of the subject of economics. It collects all the useful past possessed by the subject into one convenient, and therefore easy to plagiarise, source.

With thanks to Netsmith and Gabriel.

2 comments:

  1. Bryan Says:

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  2. Anonymous Says:

    Best paragraph (so far):

    His most famous book is called The Wealth of Nations, of
    which every literate person has heard. However, no one reads
    this book any longer: it therefore can be said to have acquired
    the status of a true classic. One reason it is not read these
    days is that, like ShakespeareĆ­s plays and the King James Bible,
    modern readers realise immediately that it is made up entirely of
    famous quotations. It is not quite clear why his contemporaries
    failed to realise this obvious point.

    Now *that* is funny!

    skh.pcola