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The film is fantastic. It should go a ways toward providing Thomas Sowell's ideas the appreciation they deserve.

With respect to Knowledge and Decisions, I have wondered whether it lacks recognition to some extent because it defies easy categorization (other than as an extension of Hayek's ideas on the use of knowledge). It is not usually associated with Law and Economics or Institutional Economics (or, at least, it is on their periphery). However, I believe it falls squarely in the tradition of both groups, especially the latter. It is a detailed study of how various institutions and organizations obtain and use knowledge and produce relatively better or worse decisions.

I can't wait to read the biography.

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