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This edition of CatoAudio features Susan Chamberlin on the politics of Social Security reform; Gene Healy on the criminalization of almost everything; The Washington Post's Sebastian Mallaby on the World Bank and policy prescriptions for economic development; Congressman Cal Dooley on the merits of free trade and the looming political obstacles; Christopher Hitchens on New York City's draconian smoking ban; and Ted Carpenter and Doug Bandow on America's security strategy for the Korean peninsula.
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