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In this edition: David Boaz and David Kirby on the libertarian vote; Neal McCluskey on how the federal government hurts higher education; John Samples on the fallacy of campaign finance reform; David Hyman on Medicare and the seven deadly sins; Norm Stamper on how the War on Drugs corrupts police; and Judge Danny J. Boggs on the Supreme Court's successes and failures in upholding the rule of law.
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