Tag Archives: Thomas Sowell

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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Book Review: Dismantling America

Dismantling America And Other Controversial Essays, by Thomas Sowell Well, this book certainly lives up to its claim of being filled with controversial essays.  For some, especially those who really love Thomas Sowell’s perspective as well as his tendency to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Housing Boom And Bust

The Housing Boom And Bust, by Thomas Sowell There is a lot that can be said about the problem of the housing boom and bust, and this book manages to discuss it thoughtfully and well, although it also does not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Race And Culture

Race And Culture:  A World View, by Thomas Sowell If you have read as many of the books of the author as I have, then there is a lot about this book that will be very familiar.  This is not … Continue reading

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