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Wonderful book, very appropriate for today's questions on "social" justice.Published 5 days ago by Braulia
Thomas Sowelll cuts through the politically corrcect BS of government attempts to achieve social justice. He exposes The Great Nonsequitor: 1. Something is wrong. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Chris M.
This book by Thomas Sowell is a collection of four essays, the first of which gives its name to the title of the book, "The Quest for Cosmic Justice. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Doug Erlandson
A very well written book. It stands on its own, and is NOT just a repeat of his former stuff...
I read the entire Intellectuals and Society, and thought maybe this would just... Read more
Thomas Sowell may not be the only economist who sees social conditions the way they are, but he is certainly the best at describing what he sees and explaining the causes. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Gderf
Excellent discussion and description of the "holes" and fantasy involved in liberal philosophies and policy prescriptions.Published 14 months ago by Mike Milligan
It is very difficult not to agree almost completely with Thomas Sowell. The book is well written, clearly disposed, humorous, and one only hope to remember some of the arguments... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Søren Just Andersen