Famous People Who Died on July 17
Educator, Philosopher, Scholar, Economist, Political Scientist, Journalist / 1723 - 1790
Scottish social philosopher and political economist Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations and achieved the first comprehensive system of political economy.
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profile name: Billie Holiday profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Dorothea Dix profile occupation: Educator, Activist
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profile name: Adam Smith profile occupation: Educator, Philosopher, Scholar, Economist, Political Scientist, Journalist
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profile name: John Coltrane profile occupation: Songwriter, Saxophonist
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profile name: Nicholas II profile occupation: Tsar
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profile name: Walter Cronkite profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
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