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This edition of CatoAudio includes Stephen Slivinski and Chris Edwards on the need for spending cuts and fundamental tax reform; Ed Crane on the moral imperative for Social Security reform; Pollster Scott Rasmussen on bridging the generation gap over personal accounts; Stanley Weiss on trimming the fat at the Pentagon; National Interest editor John O'Sullivan on the EU's crisis of legitimacy; and this month's featured selection, Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano on the government's stealth campaign to undermine the Bill of Rights.
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