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CatoAudio, November 2003 Speech

CatoAudio, November 2003

This edition of CatoAudio features Wayne Crews and Adam Thierer on regulation of the Internet and broadcast media; Nat Hentoff on erosion of civil liberties; William J. Bicknell, MD, on U.S. failure to prepare for smallpox bioterrorism; David Henderson on the sordid history of government sponsored racism; Patrick Basham on the future of liberty in the European Union; and Tom Palmer on the rise of Western liberty.
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This edition of CatoAudio features Wayne Crews and Adam Thierer on regulation of the Internet and broadcast media; Nat Hentoff on erosion of civil liberties; William J. Bicknell, MD, on U.S. failure to prepare for smallpox bioterrorism; David Henderson on the sordid history of government sponsored racism; Patrick Basham on the future of liberty in the European Union; and Tom Palmer on the rise of Western liberty.

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