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Thomas Sowell

An American economist born in 1930. He is known for his criticism of Marxism and for his advocacy of free market economics. He is also a critic of affirmative action and has sparked controversy for suggesting that some ethnic groups may be more intelligent, on average, than others.
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After more than a quarter century of sharing his thoughts and opinions through his Creators Syndicate newspaper column, Thomas Sowell recently decided to retire from column writing.
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In 2015, Thomas Sowell turned 85 and published a new book.
Economist and political philosopher Thomas Sowell, the Rose and Milton Friedman Senior Fellow The Hoover Institution at Stanford University, wrote a syndicated column back in 2013 in which he ridiculed those "people who have never fired a shot in their life (but) who do not hesitate to declare how many bullets should be the limit to put into a firearm's clip or magazine.
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