After reading the assigned chapters in the Gwartney et al. and Sowell books, stu

After reading the assigned chapters in the Gwartney et al. and Sowell books, students will write 2 reviews summarizing and evaluating the assigned chapters in each book. Students may include summaries and evaluation of unassigned material at their own discretion. Students should spend approximately one third of each paper summarizing the book, another third evaluating the book using economic thinking and Christian ethical principles, and the last third applying the readings from the book to current public policy problems. Application to problems not mentioned in the readings is encouraged but not required. Agreement with all parts of the two books is not required, but if students mention in their reviews any objections to the arguments in the books, these objections should be supported by careful reasoning, using sound economics and biblical principles. Reviews must be in current APA format and must include complete citations of the textbook and any additional sources. A minimum of 2 scholarly sources must be cited according to current APA format. No more than 20 percent of the reviews may consist of direct quotations from the reviewed book. Reviews below the minimum length of 1,200 words or over the maximum of 1,500 words will be subject to a reduction in points. The book review will be written on the book: Applied Economics: Thinking Beyond Stage One by Thomas Sowell

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