Biography on Adam Smith, the "Father of Capitalism"
Adam Smith, who is considered the father of capitalism, was born in Scotland in 1723. After turning fifteen, he attended Glasgow University, where he studied moral philosophy. Two years later he proceeded on to Balliol College. While in Edinburgh, he began giving public lectures.
In 1751, he was named professor of logic at Glasgow, and then appointed chairman of moral philosophy a year later. …
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