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Map Of Venice for The publication of Smith’s The Wealth of Nations in 1776 cemented the role of classical liberalism and its emphasis on freedom from government interference, and Smith became the strongest voice in the argument for free trade. However, Smith was a realist and understood that governments might be called upon to interfere from time to time in the interests of natural security or in response to the actions of other government’s trade policies. David RICARDO (1772-1823) expanded Smith’s theories, promoting the idea of specialization among countries. Ricardo argued that comparative advantage dictated that countries benefited from specialization even if they could make certain goods cheaper than their trading partners. Since capital and labor were not easily transported from one nation to another, it was important to use each to the best advantage wherever it was located. Free trade, according to Ricardo, generated higher wages for both countries because each received more return for their labor costs. Contrarily, high tariffs led to a rise in prices and a loss of efficiency. Map Of Venice 2016.