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Wealth of nations
Well, generally, we only split materials out from new articles if two conditions are met. First, there has to be enough material in the parent article, even after the split--and right now, Wealth of Nations is looking kind of slim. Second, there has to be a good amount of material in the daughter article, which those didn't appear to be. Hope that helps.
If you want to experiment with the article, one suggestion might be to create a temporary copy in your namespace. Create the page User:Adamsmith1776/Wealth of Nations, and then you can write the article there, create subpages, save halfway, etc. Hope that helps.
Anyway, thanks for all the work. I must say, I'm amazed Wikipedia had such a stubby article on such an important work; your help is really appreciated. Good luck, [[User:Meelar|Meelar (talk)]] 22:19, 16 Jun 2004 (UTC)
P.S. You should usually sign your posts on talk pages--see your welcome above for instructions. No big deal.