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"Train any population rationally, and they will be rational. Furnish honest and useful employments to those so trained, and such employments they will greatly prefer to dishonest or injurious occupations. It is beyond all calculation the interest of every government to provide that training and that employment; and to provide both is easily practicable." Source: A New View of Society - Essays 1813-1816, Robert Owen In what way might Adam Smith have disagreed with this statement? Smith believed that education was only for the poor. Smith believed that workers could not be trained

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