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No economist of modern times has challenged and overturned more wrong-headed economic thinking than Walter Williams. For forty years he’s argued against the illogic of the minimum wage, racial quotas, occupational licensing as well as the welfare state. What drives his liberal critics crazy is his provocative argument that these government interventions hurt the very people they are designed to help.
Join us for a conversation with Walter Williams followed by a screening of the one-hour documentary – Suffer No Fools – airing on PBS stations around the country about his life and ideas.
More About the Speakers
Walter Williams, Ph.D.
John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics,
George Mason University
Distinguished Visiting Fellow