Let us hope that liberal economists learn as much in the next 20 years as Stiglitz's book suggests that they have learned in the last 20.
James Higgins is a fellow and trustee of the Claremont Institute, and a partner in a private equity firm based in New York.
Articles by James Higgins
Alfred E. Smith has been called the most underappreciated political figure in 20th century America.
Sowell's stature must be attributed to his ability to bring light where there is darkness and logic where there is confusion to public policy in general and economics in particular.