Walter Williams, for many years a professor of economics at George Mason University, passed away on Wednesday. He was the most interesting, wise, principled, and courageous economic thinker that almost nobody has heard of. In this great conversation, Ross talks with GMU economist and former department chair Don Boudreaux about his colleague and close friend, Walter Williams.
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Don's WSJ piece about Walter Williams (may require subscription to access): https://www.wsj.com/articles/walter-williams-r-i-p-11606934313
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