George Mason University economist Walter Williams recently released his new autobiography, Up From the Projects. This sure does bring back memories for me. In fact, I would have never gone to graduate school at GMU were it not for Walter Williams. I heard him on the radio subbing for Rush Limbaugh one day and that’s when I decided that GMU was for me. It was the only school I even applied to.
Naturally, I made sure I took his micro course right out of the gate my very semester. Not only was his class awesome, but, more importantly, I also met my future wife for the first time in his class. She has a funny story about that . . . but you’ll have to ask her to get it 🙂
Hat tip to Coordination Problem