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  1. ADDRESS: The Hoover Institution Stanford University Stanford, California 94305 (650) 723-3303 PERSONAL: U.S. Citizen, born June 30, 1930

  2. Thomas Sowell. Thinking, Class, Issues. 232 Copy quote. It is bad enough that so many people believe things without any evidence. What is worse is that some people have no conception of evidence and regard facts as just someone else's opinion. Thomas Sowell. Believe, People, Self Improvement. 127 Copy quote.

  3. Becoming Thomas Sowell. Born during the dark days of Jim Crow, Dr. Sowell rose from humble beginnings to establish himself as one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th (and now 21st) century, courageously cutting through conventional wisdom and speaking difficult truths on race, culture, history, and the human condition at large ...

  4. 11. Mai 2023 · Thomas Sowell (m. 1980) Thomas Sowell has been married twice. His first marriage was with Alma Jean Parr and his second marriage is with his current wife Mary Ash. The lover tied the knot in 1980 after the renounced economist’s marriage with Parr came to an end in 1975. Thomas Sowell is a father of two children, John Sowell and Lorraine Sowell.

  5. ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS: "A Student's Eye View of George Stigler," Journal of Political Economy, October 1993, pp. 784-792. "Jean-Baptiste Say," The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, Vol. 4, p. 249;

  6. Vor 4 Tagen · Tom Cruise is turning 62 in July (born July 3, 1962), yet he still looks like his 24-year-old self in his hit 1986 film, Top Gun. Some say it is all plastic surgery while others believe it is the actor's healthy lifestyle and commitment to doing his own stunts. In March 2021, Men's Health revealed the real reason the actor has stayed in great ...

  7. Sowell feels that intellectual rigor, whatever the subject, is needed in education to prepare students for the world outside the academy. “In the twentieth century, we need people who are trained to analyze,” he says, so they can understand long-term consequences. “We don’t see that, even in national policy. Something sounds good right now and sounds good in the media, so they do it ...