CatoAudio, September 2004 Audiobook | Robert McDonald, Charles Pe&, Timothy Lynch, Jack Valenti, Ted Galen Carpenter, Marcus Cole, René Le& | Audible.com
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CatoAudio, September 2004 | [Robert McDonald, Charles Pe&, Timothy Lynch, Jack Valenti, Ted Galen Carpenter, Marcus Cole, René Le&]

CatoAudio, September 2004

This September 2004 edition of CatoAudio features West Point historian Robert McDonald on the long struggle for equal rights in America; Charles Peña and Timothy Lynch on the 9/11 attacks, three years later; Jack Valenti on the moral significance of intellectual property; Ted Galen Carpenter on the looming danger of war with China over Taiwan; Stanford's Marcus Cole on successful schools and charities that were crowded out by the welfare state; and more.
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This September 2004 edition of CatoAudio features West Point historian Robert McDonald on the long struggle for equal rights in America; Charles Peña and Timothy Lynch on the 9/11 attacks, three years later; Jack Valenti on the moral significance of intellectual property; Ted Galen Carpenter on the looming danger of war with China over Taiwan; Stanford's Marcus Cole on successful schools and charities that were crowded out by the welfare state; and Salvadoran ambassador René Leôn on how free trade will strengthen liberty and democracy in Central America.

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