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Publisher Description

Sociologist-economist Sowell, a noted conservative, draws this collection of essays from his Scripps-Howard syndicated column and his contributions to the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.

Sowell offers opinions on social and foreign policy, law, education, and race, criticizing the trend of American politics since Reagan and reserving his sharpest criticism for special-interest groups such as homosexual lobbies, welfare and pay equity beneficiaries, and political “victims” of all kinds. His essays are tied together by an analysis of the cost and benefits of various concepts, proposals, and actions, and an emphasis on common sense.

GENRE
Nonfiction
NARRATOR
MK
Michael Kevin
LENGTH
06:24
hr min
RELEASED
2005
June 24
PUBLISHER
Blackstone Audio
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
198.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Noneedtoknowname ,

Awesome Essays!!!

Definitely great work by Sowell!! Great perspectives and inciteful philosophies!

Heartland Patriot ,

Bravo!

It is amazing to me how many themes contained in this work are more than a quarter century out of date, but as appropos to today's current events as they were when originally published. Thomas Sowell delivers his clear insight on many topics in crisp well-reasoned essays that seem timeless in light of thier age.

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