Hi Anne, thanks for sharing this great selection of tools! By combining a quote and an image you can instantly create a new piece of content, and I often use these types of pictures in blog posts to break up large chunks of text. I’ve always used PowerPoint (I made the image the background and typed the text over top) in the past, but now I’m excited to try out Quzio. A free tool I use to take and edit screenshots is called Jing, and it allows you to add in arrows, boxes, and text over the image. I’ll be trying out the screenshot makers you listed and see how they compare.
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That's Smith himself in the very same book where he explains his invisible hand idea, so it's not like he got softer with age or something. Smith knew that the free market had its limitations . He used an entire chapter of his most famous work, The Wealth Of Nations , to explain the areas where "just let them do whatever they want" is not an option -- public works, the legal system, education, and health care. Sure, he disagreed with practices like imposing tariffs, wage caps, or installing monopolies, but these are not exactly radical positions. Give a company a monopoly and before you know it, a bunch of drunks dressed like Indians are dumping the product in the Boston Harbor.