Walter E. Williams received a bachelor's degree in economics from California State University in 1965, a master's degree in 1967 and a doctorate in 1972 in economics from the University of California at Los Angeles. He currently is a Professor of Economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He has also served on many other faculties such as, Los Angeles City College, California State University and Temple University. He was also a group supervisor for juvenile delinquents for the Los Angeles County Probation Department from 1963-1967. Williams recalls that his work with juvenile delinquents was very challenging and stressful and after four years he needed to move on.
Williams has written more than 50 publications and almost all of them have appeared in scholarly journals, such as The Economic Inquiry, American Economic Review and The Social Science Quarterly. He was very proud when 2 of his publications made it to the Wall Street Journal and Newsweek. He also made many appearances on T.V. shows such as Nightline, Crossfire and Face the Nation. Along with his many publications, Williams also write several books. Some o his most famous titles include" All it takes is Guts "," South Africa's War Against Capitalism "and" America: A Minority Viewpoint".
Some articles that Willaims has written that have caused heated debates include: "Should All Laws be Obeyed" and "Yours or Mine". Williams has been known to ask the question, Should all laws be obeyed? "Williams believes some laws are not worthy of obedience."(Williams, 1997). The question arises, "What would happen to our society if the people decided what laws to obey or disobey? " during the apartheid in South Africa, some moral acting whites disobeyed the South African constitution and did not persecute the blacks. These whites should not be tired or convicted for their moral acts aga…

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