Thomas Sowell, a prolific scholar who has had a great influence on me, ended his syndicated column a couple of weeks ago. Gene Epstein of Barron’s joins me for an overview of Sowell’s work on race, economics, and more.
About the Guest
Gene Epstein is economics and book review editor of Barron’s.
The Economics and Politics of Race: An International Perspective
Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality?
Knowledge and Decisions
The Quest for Cosmic Justice
The Vision of the Anointed: Self-Congratulation as a Basis for Social Policy
Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy
“Budget Politics,” By Dr. Thomas Sowell
Ep. 728 Can Libertarians Make a Decent Case for Free Trade?
Ep. 704 Adam Smith, Not the Founder of Economic Science
Ep. 634 The Economic Freedom of the World: What the Numbers Tell Us
Ep. 473 Does the Economy Do Better Under the Democrats, and Has Obama Been Better Than Reagan?
Ep. 462 We Found a Major Flaw in the Egalitarian Argument
Ep. 450 Noam Chomsky Led Me to Libertarianism, Says Guest
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