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Race and economics. Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Thomas Sowell refutes the perception that the black population in America made substantial economic progress only after the Civil Rights era.

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Uncommon Knowledge Interview with Thomas Sowell (Part 2)

Race and economics. Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Thomas Sowell refutes the perception that the black population in America made substantial economic progress only after the Civil Rights era.

[M]uch, if not most, of the economic advancement of blacks occurred in the twenty years prior to the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

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