What drives the global economy? Any student of economics is likely to mention the “invisible hand”—the idea that collective self-interest guides a market more efficiently than government intervention can. Legendary 18th century Scottish philosopher Adam Smith coined the usage of this term, but a closer look at context suggests he may have been saying something else entirely.
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Who else mentions the “invisible hand” in a published work?
B. Thomas Jefferson
C. Justin Bieber
D. All of the above
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