Tag: Walter Williams
Thomas Sowell on Truth and Proportionality

“Even the best things come to an end,” wrote Thomas Sowell in late 2016, as he shut down his newspaper column in order to “spend less time following politics and more time on my photography.” Four years later, when he turned 90, the economist and Hoover Institution fellow was back with Charter Schools and...
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Walter E. Williams on Race in America: A Tribute by His Former Student

Walter E. Williams, outspoken Black libertarian economist, professor of economics at George Mason University (GMU) for 40 years, syndicated newspaper columnist, author of 13 books, and occasional guest host on Rush Limbaugh’s radio show, died December 2, 2020, after teaching a class at GMU. He was 84. The world will be less informed and...
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The Enduring Insights of Walter Williams and Rafer Johnson

On December 2, economist Walter Williams passed away at the age of 84, one day after teaching his final class at George Mason University, where he taught for 40 years. Williams, who earned his PhD at UCLA, was known for his spirited defense of free markets and books such as The State Against Blacks....
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Reaping a False Narrative Sown by Our Elites: George Floyd, Riots, and Civil Discourse

The looting and violence we see taking place throughout the country has very little to do with George Floyd.

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