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- RACE AND CULTURE: A WORLD VIEW, by Thomas Sowell
- Thomas Sowell
- Conquest and Cultures: An International History
Access options available:. Journal of Interdisciplinary History The approaches taken in the first two Race and Culture [New York, ] and Migrations and Cultures [New York, ] appear to be similar to those of Conquests and Cultures, which contains a concluding chapter for the whole series.
RACE AND CULTURE: A WORLD VIEW, by Thomas Sowell
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He has published both scholarly and popular articles and books on economics and is currently a scholar in residence at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Large and significant topics such as race and culture are undoubtedly familiar to many, if not all. But what do they mean? How can we look at them with a world view? How have they affected key areas of our lives and throughout history?
Upon returning to the United States, Sowell enrolled at Harvard University , graduating magna cum laude  in He received a master's degree from Columbia University in , and earned his doctorate in economics from the University of Chicago in Sowell has served on the faculties of several universities, including Cornell University and University of California, Los Angeles. He has also worked at think tanks such as the Urban Institute. Sowell writes from a libertarian conservative perspective.
Conquest and Cultures: An International History
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