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Misleading Superimpositions

The Classical Economists by D P O'Brien; Oxford, 1975; pp xiii + ON what or on whoman author .should write is his own concern; the reviewer is not expected to question the author's deeision. Yet, when the subject-matter concerns Definition, one is tempted to ask this rather odd question: Is the scope that the author covers consistent with the title that he chooses? Who are the Classical Economists, whose contributions the author of the book under review proposes to discuss? How does D P O'Brien define Classical Economists?

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