Man of Letters by Thomas Sowell

By Thomas Sowell

A guy of Letters strains the lifestyles, profession, and commentaries on debatable problems with Thomas Sowell over a interval of greater than 4 a long time via his letters to and from family members, buddies, and public figures starting from Milton Friedman to Clarence Thomas, David Riesman, Arthur Ashe, William Proxmire, Vernon Jordan, Charles Murray, Shelby Steele, and Condoleezza Rice. those letters start with Sowell as a graduate pupil on the college of Chicago in 1960 and finish with a reflective letter to his fellow economist and longtime buddy Walter Williams in 2005.

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