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“For anyone looking for a straightforward and honest discussion of the origins of our current crisis, informed by a deep understanding of both economics and politics, The Housing Boom and Bust is required reading.”
Covers the territory, but not in depth, and not with full disclosure.
There is a fair description of the relationship between government policies and the bust of the housing... Read more
Such a fascinating read. Backed by facts and figures. Logical, thought-provoking!
Great to get a new perspective that is quite refreshing, and daring in... Read more
Very insightful and succinct account of the housing debacle. A no nonsense book that is not partisan; putting the blame where it is due and let the political chips fall where they... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Donna
A must-read for "Progressives" and others deluded by the utopian left and government solutions. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rowland J. Martin
Excellent analysis of the housing crises for the non-economists out there. Dr. Sowell traces back the problems a couple decades to the real roots of the problem, rather than only... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Stephen
Thomas Sowell is probably always the smartest and most practical man in the room wherever he goes. Everything in his books makes sense.Published 7 months ago by boplumgator
This book should be MANDATORY reading for High School students, College students, and Congress. Sowell is a master teacher of economics and his writing style and factual bases for... Read morePublished 10 months ago by AZVince
I learn tremendously every time I read the works of economist Thomas Sowell. This book is no exception. Read morePublished 11 months ago by SLIMJIM