The Heart of a Cheetah: How We Have Been Lied to About African Poverty — and What that Means for Human Flourishing

In contrast to those who believe that experts can engineer progress for Africa, Magatte Wade argues that what is needed is deregulation, entrepreneurship, and investment.

“African American” Blackmailers Come to Harvard

I had been thinking that Harvard did well to make former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers its new president last summer, and when the news broke recently that Summers had so offended the stars of the university's Afro-American Studies Department that they were...

South Africa: After Apartheid

A major crusader failing is that they seldom look back to their last crusade to see how it turned out. During my several South Africa visits during its apartheid era, up to three months on one occasion, I lectured at nearly all of its universities. I had the...

Out of America: A Black Man Confronts Africa

Before my arrival in Africa, I had spent four years reporting from southeast Asia. What I found in Asia was a region of amazing economic dynamism, a place largely defined by more than a decade of steady growth and development, vastly improved living standards, and...

The Tradgedy Called Africa

In terms of natural resources, Africa is the world's richest continent. It has 50 percent of the world's gold, most of the world's diamonds and chromium, 90 percent of the cobalt, 40 percent of the world's potential hydroelectric power, 65 percent of the manganese,...

South Africa’s War Against Capitalism

South Africa’s War Against Capitalism

Professor Williams demonstrates is that apartheid is not an example of capitalism but something much more akin to a mercantilist-interventionist state, in which government bestows privileges, favors, and monopoly positions on a select group at the expense of others in the society.

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