National Review's The GREAT BOOKS podcast: Don Boudreaux talks about "The Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith

Donald J. Boudreaux, Professor of Economics, joins the National Review's The GREAT BOOKS podcast, to discuss The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith. 

Podcast excerpt:  Why is The Wealth of Nations a GREAT BOOK? 

It's a Great Book because for the first time in history, it synthesized a great body of, then young, liberal principles of trade, and both domestic and international trade.  It's beautifully written, and so it inspired a large number of people to continue in this exploration that Adam Smith so powerfully fueled.  -- Don Boudreaux

Listen to the full podcast on The Great Books webpage, Episode 294, or download the episode as an MP3 file. 

Learn more about Dr. Boudreaux, his research, Cafe Hayek blog, and the classes he teaches at George Mason here