Robert Chatfield of the Free To Choose Network joins us to share info on their new documentary “Thomas Sowell: Common Sense in a Senseless World.” Learn more at www.freetochoosenetwork.org/ and www.sowellfilm.com.
It explores the life and work of one of our era’s greatest authors on race, history and economics. The one-hour documentary, hosted by The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Riley, will be streaming on Amazon Prime, Vimeo and YouTube on January 25 and airs on most public television stations nationwide in February 2021. Riley’s new biography on Sowell, Maverick: A Biography of Thomas Sowell, will be published May 25.
- From Jason Riley, quoting Tom from an interview in 2003: “of which titles he was proudest, A Conflict of Visons or Say’s Law.”
- Rob’s personal favorites: Race and Culture (1994), Migrations and Culture (1996) and Conquests and Culture (1998) are essentially a trilogy when he was at the top of his international research.
- Spangle’s: Basic Economics and Conflict of Visions.