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Amphibians Essay

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Walter E. Williams Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Walter E. Williams has a B.A. degree in economics from California State University and M.A. and a Ph.D degree in economics from UCLA. He also has a Doctor of Humane Letters from Virginia Union University and Grove City College and a Doctor of Laws degree from Washington and Jefferson College. Since 1980 Williams has been employed as a professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, as John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of ...view middle of the document...

He has also written six books: America: A Minority Viewpoint, The State Against Blacks, All It Takes Is Guts, South Africa's War Against Capitalism, , Do the Right Thing: The People's Economist Speaks, and More Liberty Means Less Government. The State Against Blacks was later made in to a documentary. South Africa's War Against Capitalism had to be revised for South African publication. Mr. Williams has received numerous awards including: Hoover Institution National Fellow, Ford Foundation Fellow, Valley Forge Freedoms Foundation George Washington Medal of Honor, Adam Smith Award, California State University Distinguished Alumnus Award, George Mason University Faculty Member of the Year, and Alpha Kappa Psi Award. Williams participates in many debates and conferences, is a frequent public speaker and often gives testimony before both houses of Congress. Williams is often refered to as "The Peoples Economist", I think this is because sticks up for the people against big corporations and our government on issues such as taxation. I like to refer to him as "The American Economist".

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