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  • Are you liberty curious? Join us in discussing ideas of liberty, sound money, economic freedom, and the dangers of collectivism. Engaging discussions with leading economists, historians, entrepreneurs, bitcoiners, and friends of liberty. Hosted by the American Institute for Economic Research. aier.org
    Copyright 2022 Kate Wand
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Episodes
  • Sep 15 2022
    On this episode of Liberty Curious, Robert Wright, historian and senior research faculty at AIER, joins Kate Wand to discuss his new book: Fearless: Wilma Soss and America’s Forgotten Investor Movement. https://www.amazon.com/Fearless-Americas-Forgotten-Investor-Movement/dp/1958682306 Full Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/pH4B4EcjxRs Robert shares details of her remarkable story as a self-made woman, journalist, PR pioneer, and activist, who devoted her life to reforming corporate America. In the post World War Two era, with personal lessons from the Great Depression in hindsight, she went from being a stock market skeptic to the owner of what began as one single share that would allow her to have access into the inner workings of corporations. A staunch supporter of free markets and economic freedom, Wilma believed that the private sector was the best means to achieve personal wealth, well-being and liberty, and the ultimate defence against collectivism. If you enjoy the Liberty Curious podcast and other content by AIER, make sure to subscribe to our new YouTube channel https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCfoueJ81JKrZNHTt2cx8jHg ( @AIER ) dedicated to short, dynamic videos that explore the topics of sound money, economic freedom, defending freedom & fighting collectivism. Listen and subscribe 👇 Apple: https://aier.site/LiberyCuriousPodcast Spotify: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousSpotify Audible: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousAudible Player FM: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousPlayerfm YouTube: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousPlaylist More about AIER: https://aierdotorg.taplink.ws/
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    50 mins
  • Sep 1 2022
    On this episode of Liberty Curious, Thomas Hogan sat down with Kate Wand to discuss the inflation reduction act, and it’s similarities to the Green New Deal, as well as the New Deal under FDR in 1933 — a historical turning point that changed the course of the US economy, monetary systems, and the role of government to this day. Thomas is senior research faculty at AIER, formerly the chief economist for the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. Full Video Podcast: https://youtu.be/ZiD-VdYPmEA If you enjoy the Liberty Curious podcast and other content by AIER, make sure to subscribe to our new YouTube channel https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCfoueJ81JKrZNHTt2cx8jHg ( @AIER ) dedicated to short, dynamic videos that explore the topics of sound money, economic freedom, defending freedom & fighting collectivism. Listen and subscribe 👇 Apple: https://aier.site/LiberyCuriousPodcast Spotify: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousSpotify Audible: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousAudible Player FM: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousPlayerfm YouTube: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousPlaylist More about AIER: https://aierdotorg.taplink.ws/
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    43 mins
  • Aug 18 2022
    Does America have a 'racial hangover'? Does the State crush Black Americans? On this episode of Liberty Curious, Dr. Rachel Ferguson, co-author of “Black Liberation Through the Marketplace: Hope, Heartbreak, and the Promise of America”, joins Kate Wand. Full Video Episode: https://youtu.be/5_GThHfEocU Dr. Ferguson is the Director of the Free Enterprise Center at Concordia University Chicago, Assistant Dean of the College of Business, and Professor of Business Ethics. You can follow her on twitter @LibertyEthics. https://www.rachelfergusononline.com/ They discussed her nuanced understanding of Black American history through the classical liberal lens, what went wrong, what could be done to make reparations today, and the economic and personal freedom required to provide all Americans the opportunity to live the American Dream. If you enjoy the Liberty Curious podcast and other content by AIER, make sure to subscribe to our new YouTube channel https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UCfoueJ81JKrZNHTt2cx8jHg ( @AIER ) dedicated to short, dynamic videos that explore the topics of sound money, economic freedom, defending freedom & fighting collectivism. Listen and subscribe 👇 Apple: https://aier.site/LiberyCuriousPodcast Spotify: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousSpotify Audible: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousAudible Player FM: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousPlayerfm YouTube: https://aier.site/LibertyCuriousPlaylist More about AIER: https://aierdotorg.taplink.ws/
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    59 mins

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