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I have read many books over my 62 years and I am putting this one on my "top 10" list.
Throughout "Applied Economics" author Thomas Sowell continually tries to impress the reader of the importance of "thinking beyond stage one".
I suppose it is too much to hope that a significant number of political types will read this book and start "Thinking Beyond Stage One."
No one has a broader and clearer grasp of economics than Thoman Sowell. He has a gift for speaking in terms the layman can readily inderstand.Published 1 month ago by Boyd D Watkins
I like the author and the particular slant of this book. Prompt delivery. The book came in good shape. A good value.Published 6 months ago by charles m brosseau
Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One is Sowell’s sequel to Basic Economics. It’s a much slimmer volume that looks in-depth at specific sectors of the market: medical care,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by A. Schultz
PLEASE read Thomas Sowell - he has several very well researched books published.
He says it like it is. Right up there with 'Road to Serfdom' by Hayak.
A MUST read. Read more
The introductory chapter on politics and economics is excellent. However, I expected a more balanced analysis of current topics in the later chapters. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alan J. Webb
For people interested in economics I highly recommend this book. One should not this is not a text on applied economics the subject; it is the application of economics to daily... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jay M
A deep look into our economic situation and how we got into this mess. Good for home economies. I was impressed with the author.Published 17 months ago by Roni Masse
Great examples by Dr. Sowell. If this was taught in high school, our representatives would not need to act stupidly to get our votes. Read morePublished 19 months ago by John E. Steinmetz
Economics is called a dismal science for a good reason: economists of different schools of thought never agreed even on definition of money, let alone anything else. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michael Vilkin