Is Reality Optional?: And Other Essays

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Hoover Institution Press, 1993 - Political Science - 192 pages
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Sowell challenges all the assumptions of contemporary liberalism on issues ranging from the economy to race to education in this collection of controversial essays, and captures his thoughts on politics, race, and common sense with a section at the end for thought-provoking quotes.

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Thomas Sowell offers a lot of no nonsense criticism on a myriad of social issues. The way he illustrates his views is the very definition of the word concise. Read full review

Review: Is Reality Optional?: And Other Essays

User Review  - Scott Slager - Goodreads

Thomas Sowell offers a lot of no nonsense criticism on a myriad of social issues. The way he illustrates his views is the very definition of the word concise. Read full review

Contents

Indias Economy
33
Rich and Poor Statistics
53
The Century of the Intellectual
75
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Thomas Sowell is the Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow on Public Policy at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Among his published works are Basic Economics, Late Talking Children, and Race and Culture. He has also published in both academic journals and the popular media including Newsweek, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, and 150 newspapers that carry his nationally syndicated column.

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