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CatoAudio, November 2015 Speech

CatoAudio, November 2015

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Introduction
Thaya Knight and David Burton discuss the fiduciary rule.
Steven G. Calabresi discusses Liberty and Originalism in Constitutional Law.
Gov. Bill Richardson on the importance of expanding the H-1B visa program.
John Garvey on capitalism through the eyes of Pope Francis.
Amir A. Nasr on how the internet freed him from Islamist fundamentalism.
Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) discuss reforming the Federal Reserve's rescue authority.

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