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The content of this is great. My only issue is I bought the Audible version of this and the narrator was incredibly boring.Published 2 days ago by E. Powell
Another attempt by the conservatives to undermine hard data and facts that highlight the symptoms which are a result of their misguided policies. Next.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good reading. Clarifies what was wrong in tuition, I received at my university (urban planning), which I always felt was suspiciously underfounded on facts.Published 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easy to read for a non economist. Very helpful in understanding economics in the nes etcPublished 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
As always, Thomas Sowell delivers an easy to read, logical approach to foundational economic principles.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
How many of these fallacies do you have? All of us hold some of them very dear, but probably not as many as the most liberal and or progressive among us.Published 1 month ago by Rodger Russell
Highly instructive. Exceeded all my expectations. On second thought, it shouldn't. After all its Dr Thomas Sowell's book, isn't it?Published 2 months ago by Fred Lamptey