Adam Smith Quote

In public, as well as in private expences, great wealth may, perhaps, frequently be admitted as an apology for great folly.


Chapter V, p. 563. - The Wealth of Nations (1776) - Book IV

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In public, as well as in private expences, great wealth may, perhaps, frequently be admitted as an apology for great folly.

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In public, as well as in private expences, great wealth may, perhaps, frequently be admitted as an apology for great folly.

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In public, as well as in private expences, great wealth may, perhaps, frequently be admitted as an apology for great folly.

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In public, as well as in private expences, great wealth may, perhaps, frequently be admitted as an apology for great folly.