Sep 28, 2019
Walter E Williams Playlist from Liberty Pen. Part 1
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This first part of the Walter E Williams Playlist consists of 37 out of 151 segments.
- Suffer No Fools
- The Wisdom Of Williams
- The State Against Liberty
John Stossel - The Licensing Racket
- Windfall Profits
Williams with Sowell - Minimum Wage
- A Discussion About Fairness & Redistribution
- A Discussion On Wealth Inequality
- Economics of Liberty
- Legality vs Morality
- Civil Rights Assumptions
- Corporations Are Tax Collectors
- Motivations of the Entrepreneur
- The Function of Profits
- Housing Crisis Culprits
- Cooking the Frogs
- Government Charity
- Redistribution of Income
- Capital & Wages
- Cure for Poverty
- Social Security
- Politicians, Oaths & Hypocrisy
- Liberal Compassion
- Washington Lies
Williams with Sowell - Government-Run Health Care
Williams with Sowell - Academic Intellectuals
Williams with Sowell - Peace & Disarmament
- Greedy, Evil and Green
- Discrimination and Liberty
- Government and Segregation
- Enough Money
- The Salt Tyrants
- The Issue is Private Property
- Private vs Public
- Irreconcilable Differences
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