Using an international framework, Sowell analyzes how much a racial group’s economic fate is determined by the surrounding society and how much by internal patterns that follow that same group around the world.
©2012 Thomas Sowell (P)2012 Blackstone
The content would be pretty high, but issues with the audio brought down the overall experience. I'm not sure if I would recommend this read to anyone
The content was very interesting and presented in a way that you would likely never hear in school.
Audio was awful and I had a lot of issues hearing every word clearly.
This shouldn't be a film
It is always good to hear the views of both sides of a story. It was pretty enlightening to see how so much information in our modern life is framed in order to bolster the position of one side over another.
a wonderful survey of races and cultures often left out of the discussion on race and races and cultures over represented in the discussion in an objective light with critical evaluation of commonly misunderstood metrics.
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