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February 01, 2005

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George Mason University is a well respected institute of higher learning. So much so they can charge $659 an hour for an undergraduate class. One of their more prominent professors is syndicated columnist Walter Williams. He is taking a sabbatical, but misses teaching, so for his column, he's been giving one of his economics course lectures. I've read through it and it is really good. I don't know how many hours the same instruction would be at GMU, but here's your chance to take advantage of a free class. The columns/classes can be found at:

Economics for the citizen, Part One
Economics for the citizen, Part Two
Economics for the citizen, Part Three
Economics for the citizen, Part Four
Economics for the citizen, Part Five

More will follow as he adds them. Economics is simple to learn, valuable to understand, and few people really do take the time to learn it. Professor Williams makes it simple and fun. Take the time to read through these. You can also read this for another overall view.

Posted by Jack Lewis at February 1, 2005 07:51 AM

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