It is perhaps appropriate, although distressingly so, that in our increasingly ersatz society, education is in the vanguard.
Topic: Walter E. Williams
And might never have but for two independent-minded economists–Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell
From the Bradley Foundation’s press release: Milwaukee, WI – Walter E. Williams, Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, is one of four recipients of the 2017 Bradley Prize. The honor recognizes individuals of…
Dr. Walter E. Williams, a professor of economics, wrote a column on the rampant college lunacy in today’s society: Hampshire College will offer some of its students what the school euphemistically calls “identity-based housing.” That’s…
The second part of Williams’ interview with Black & Blonde Media:
Noted black economist at George Mason University, Walter E. Williams, gives his take on why Baltimore is an example of failed economic policies. First part of his two-part interview: