...Alexis De Tocqueville In Adam Smith’s arguments, he kicks off with the individual; he defines the labor of a man as the basis of all other assets. From this point, it tracks that the nature of one’s labor, without damage to others, is a sacrosanct right, which the government needs to allow in all possible ways. Smith uses his theory in the economy to support his faith on how the restrictions on government actions generate the most general good for humanity (Marx, Tucker, & Engels, 1978). Smith ascertains three clusters of individuals... ? Sociology Theory Alienation is a situation when an individual detaches one’s self from the reality of human nature and while focusing on providing for one’s self....