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CatoAudio, April 2008 Speech

CatoAudio, April 2008

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Gene Healy and John Samples discuss executive power gone wild. Johnny Munkhammar talks about the worldwide push for markets. Dick Armey on the strange psychology of politicians. Steve Simpson on how to free political speech. Finally, Alan Pell Crawford on what Thomas Jefferson learned during his twilight at Monticello.

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