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08/02/2019

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David Duffy

In Amitav Ghosh's River of Smoke (the second novel of the Ibis trilogy), all the younger British opium merchants in Canton are great fans of Smith, and want nothing more than to crack open the bureaucratic constraints limiting foreign trade.

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