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However, once the perverters began their case, the trial moved with surprising ease.
They attacked weaknesses in the perverters' case while highlighting the accomplishments of Napoleon.
To say that Adam Smith is one of the most influential political economists is to risk understatement; indeed, as Kenneth Boulding has noted, "...It is clear that the last two hundred years has been the age of Adam Smith and of his followers and perverters." At the same time, it underestimates Smith to think of him as only being an economist (especially in the twentieth-century meaning of that term); like many (perhaps most) Enlightenment thinkers, Smith sought to understand and demystify the totality of the human condition, and his "economics" is based on extensive studies of human nature and history.