Thomas Sowell discusses equality and how spreading the wealth increases poverty.
Thomas Sowell discusses why he once was a Marxist and how he picked up the ideas of Free Market.
John J. Miller asks Thomas Sowell, author most recently of Economic Facts and Fallacies, if Americans are economically illiterate. Sowell replies, “Oh yes, good heavens, yes. There need to be ...
The conventional wisdom instructs that the rise of women in corporate America in the latter half of the 20th century was due to the implementation of anti-discrimination laws championed by ...
It has been reported that the incomes of most American households have remained flat in recent decades. But Sowell says this is a misleading statistic, since “households” are a moving ...
Speaking of the differing visions of war, Sowell says the constrained vision is never surprised by war, while the unconstrained vision almost always is.
Is John McCain’s the constrained vision of the economy, and is Obama’s the unconstrained? According to Sowell, the distinction is sadly not that clear.
Thomas Sowell joins Jonah for a long conversation on discrimination, inequality, the uses and misuses of economics, and more.
Thomas Sowell discusses the origins and impacts of those wealth disparities in his new book, Discrimination and Disparities.