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some economists

Manchester School Iron Law of Wages Comparative Advantage David Ricardo
Conservative, Chicago School Capitalism and Freedom A Monetary History of the United States Milton Friedman
Das Kapital Communist Manifesto Contributions to the labor theory of value- surplus value Karl Marx
The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money: Liquidity preference, Aggregate Demand-Aggregate Supply model John Maynard Keynes
The Affluent Society The New Industrial State John Kenneth Galbraith
leader of the Physiocrats land is the ultimate source of wealth Francois Quesnay
Principles of Economics: consumer surplus, quasi-rent, demand curves, elasticity Alfred Marshall
The Theory of the Leisure Class: "conspicuous consumption" namesake goods Thorstein Veblen
Wealth of Nations- "invisible hand," "pin factory" The Theory of Moral Sentiments Adam Smith
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