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Can regulatory agencies protect the consumer? (1971) | ARCHIVES

Can regulatory agencies protect the consumer? (1971) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: Washington Debates for the ’70s, a series of debates designed to bring together for an open exchange of views and opinions outstanding authorities on vital issues facing the world of the ’70s. The topic: Can regulatory agencies protect the… Continue Reading

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The Birth of the European Government

The Birth of the European Government

And we’re back! Last episode we talked about how European Coal and Steel Community, the EEC, and how it almost fell apart. Today we’re going to talk about the decades leading up to the founding of the EU. So far… Continue Reading

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Big Government Cheese | Planet Money | NPR

Big Government Cheese | Planet Money | NPR

The government manages a lot of things. Air and water quality, roads and bridges, the tone of the national conversation. Also, once upon a time, a heck-load of cheese. [Oh my God. It’s cheese!] It all started in 1976. Jimmy… Continue Reading

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Episode 106: The Distinction Between Governance and Government (with Edward P. Stringham)

Episode 106: The Distinction Between Governance and Government (with Edward P. Stringham)

Aaron Ross Powell: Welcome to Free Thoughts from Libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute. I’m Aaron Powell. Trevor Burrus: And I’m Trevor Burrus. Aaron Ross Powell: And today we’re joined by Edward Peter Stringham. He’s a Davis Professor of Economic Organizations… Continue Reading

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Top 10 Presidents of the USA

Top 10 Presidents of the USA

These are the best presidents in American history, ranked by their lasting contributions to the country. The tenth best President was John F. Kennedy, an inspiring leader whose key foreign policy accomplishment was confronting the spread of communism in Southeast… Continue Reading

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Federalist Paper #51 Explained: American Government Review

Federalist Paper #51 Explained: American Government Review
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Are intelligence agencies assassinating scientists? | @ConspiracyStuff

Are intelligence agencies assassinating scientists? | @ConspiracyStuff
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The History of Paper Money – Origins of Exchange – Extra History – #1

The History of Paper Money – Origins of Exchange – Extra History – #1

How did humanity come to accept rectangular pieces of pulped trees as something to spend eight to ten hours a day working for? It’s a pretty insane story. This change from hard currency like gold or silver is a really… Continue Reading