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Saw that on Reason.com earlier today, really cool guy. Great ideas - but pretty pessimistic outlook on the future of freedom in the US.

I love hearing Walter Williams talk. he was the my first econ professor at Temple, and it was quite a surprise in 1976 to see a black professor w/ libertarian views teaching econ. a pure breath of fresh air.

Walter is so cool. He is a radical in the best sense of the word.

What Dr. Williams explicates in his interview, but not in his autobiography, is that he truly did not know what he was "getting into" when he enrolled in UCLA's graduate econ. program.
I am of the opinion that many first generation minority graduate students share/shared his experience. Things worked out for Williams. Are they working out for others?
Make time to read this book!

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