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CatoAudio, February 2006 Speech

CatoAudio, February 2006

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Roundtable: Stephen Slivinski and Chris Edwards on out-of-control state and federal spending. Then, Alvaro Vargas Llosa on the inequity of property rights in Latin America; Bruce Bartlett on how big government has hurt the Republican Party; Michael Tanner on the insecurity of Social Security; Ted Galen Carpenter on preventing war between China and Taiwan. Plus, David Boaz on George Washington, the man who would not be king.

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