Walter Williams

Walter Williams

Dr. Walter E. Williams is the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University, a member of the Grove City College Board of Trustees, and a contributor to The Center for Vision & Values. (The opinions expressed by the author are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Grove City College or its Board of Trustees.)

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A Word From Walter Williams: The Rich Don’t Pay Enough?

September 25, 2012 | by | Topic: The American Story, The Path to Freedom, The Persuaders

If you listen to America’s political hacks, mainstream media talking heads and their progressive allies, you can’t help but reach the conclusion that the nation’s tax burden is borne by the poor and middleclass while the rich get off scot-free.… More>

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A Word From Walter Williams: Our Nation’s Future

June 13, 2012 | by | Topic: The American Story, The Path to Freedom, The Persuaders

Our nation is rapidly approaching a point from which there’s little chance to avoid a financial collapse. The heart of our problem can be seen as a tragedy of the commons. That’s a set of circumstances when something is commonly … More>

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VISION & VALUES: Maintaining Liberty: A 21st Century Challenge

April 1, 2003 | by | Topic: The Battle for the Mind, Vision & Values Mailings

EDITOR’S NOTE: On January 25, 2003, Dr. Walter Williams delivered these remarks at Grove City College in the Sticht Lecture Hall at the dedication of the new Hall of Arts and Letters, a $21 million, 40-classroom building, which also houses More>

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