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An enlarged edition of Thomas Sowell s brilliant examination of the origins of economic disparities Economic and other outcomes differ vastly among individuals, groups, and nations Many explanations have been offered for the differences Some believe that those with less fortunate outcomes are victims of genetics Others believe that those who are less fortunate are victims of the fortunate Discrimination and Disparities gathers a wide array of empirical evidence to challenge the idea that different economic outcomes can be explained by any one factor, be it discrimination, exploitation, or genetics This revised and enlarged edition also analyzes the human consequences of the prevailing social vision of these disparities and the policies based on that vision from educational disasters to widespread crime and violence Discrimination and Disparities

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15 thoughts on “Discrimination and Disparities

  1. clive price clive price says:

    Sowell writes with great clarity and presents facts and figures to support his arguments Reading Sowell one gets a clearer, broader and deeper perspective than what fashionable opinion and mainstream media push If only politicians listened to Sowell instead of the vested interests of the race industry we d all be better off living in a balanced society with policies determined by evidence.

  2. J J says:

    If you re liberal you will likely hate it If you re conservative you will likely love it If you can put your biases aside you will hopefully come to your own conclusion.

  3. G. Rees G. Rees says:

    This book could and should have been condensed into a 16 page pamphlet, it s that lightweight I also struggle to believe that Thomas Sowell actually wrote it well sober at least, and the editor should be shot for allowing this travesty of an extended essay to be published in its current form using so much wasted paper It reads like something written by averagely competent undergraduate student as a final year dissertation, or a really bad

  4. dikdok dikdok says:

    A dispassionate examination of some of the shibboleths of the left.

  5. Ian Ward Ian Ward says:

    A must read for EVERY SJW.

  6. Customer Customer says:

    Another gem from the Master Social Scientist.

  7. Customer Customer says:

    Thoughtful and factual Easy to read with logical, unbiased thought behind it.

  8. Mia Mia says:

    Excellent book, packed with vital information, very well written.

  9. Breton Breton says:

    Pretty good Some good detail and interesting points In terms of writing style, I do tend to find TS a little dry but otherwise an interesting read.

  10. Customer Customer says:

    Presents the facts within their full context to explain why both the racial superiority narrative and the oppression narrative are wrong and dangerous

  11. Joel Nicholls Joel Nicholls says:

    Another outstanding book from Professor Sowell.

  12. M Webb M Webb says:

    Thomas Sowell never disappoints This no exception.

  13. Tanler Tanler says:

    Makes his points in a pleasant, uncomplicated manner Essentially written as a refutation to the idea that inequalities in society arise solely because of discrimination or genetic differences between people Sowell makes a strong case that there are many possible explanations why inequalities arise While certain ideological factions on university campuses might be pushing an equal outcome agenda it s useful to remember that economic disparities in society in general ha

  14. Lisa Lisa says:

    Thomas Sowell should be celebrated widely than he already is His ability to explain complicated concepts and theories and tear about social biases and the ready fixes that typically have the opposite effect of what they are trying to achieve, is clear and concise A highly readable and important book from this seasoned scholar.

  15. Daniel Daniel says:

    Half way through but Thomas Sowell gets straight to the point Very logical and thorough You really see how we as a society can consistently implement the wrong solutions to serious problems and this makes them worse Will update when I finish.

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