Tag Archives: Thomas Sowell

Book Review: Discrimination And Disparities

Discrimination And Disparities, by Thomas Sowell This was a particularly interesting book to read for several reasons.  For one, this book was by far the last of the books by the author that my library had that I was able … Continue reading

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Book Review: Wealth, Poverty And Politics

Wealth, Poverty And Politics:  An International Perspective, by Thomas Sowell There is a great deal in this book that is familiar if you have read some of the author’s other books.  Like many authors (myself included), Sowell has a consistent … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Man Of Letters

A Man Of Letters, by Thomas Sowell Reading someone’s mail is always a dicey proposition.  Sometimes the letters that we write and receive require a bit of context, and we may read them and interpret them without a great deal … Continue reading

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Book Review: Basic Economics (1)

Basic Economics:  A Common Sense Guide To The Economy, by Thomas Sowell This is the second edition of this particular book I have read.  The first edition was a modest sized book of about 300 pages or so, and this … Continue reading

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Audiobook Review: Applied Economics

Applied Economics:  Thinking Beyond Stage One, by Thomas Sowell, read by Bill Wallace This book was a joy to listen to, as I had the chance to do so during my recent trip to California with a couple of friends/relatives.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Basic Economics

Basic Economics:  A Citizen’s Guide To The Economy, by Thomas Sowell Economics is one of those subjects that does not always strike readers as a very fascinating one, but this book manages to do a good job at keeping history … Continue reading

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Book Review: Inside American Education

Inside American Education:  The Decline, The Deception, The Dogma, by Thomas Sowell As someone who worked in the education system himself for a good part of his career, Thomas Sowell is well equipped to discuss the decline of American Education … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Einstein Syndrome

The Einstein Syndrome:  Bright Children Who Talk Late, by Thomas Sowell This book is the sequel of sorts to the author’s earlier work on late talking children, and like that book, I found this one spoke to my own personal … Continue reading

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Book Review: Late-Talking Children

Late-Talking Children, by Thomas Sowell This particular book is a deeply interesting one when it comes to the issue of learning disabilities, as Sowell talks about his own son and other people (mostly boys) that he had known, as well … Continue reading

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Book Review: Economic Facts And Fallacies

Economic Facts And Fallacies, by Thomas Sowell For a variety of reasons, economic matters are ones where a large amount of fallacies have come about.  Why is this so?  Well, for one, economics is a social science that deals with … Continue reading

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