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In this edition, a discussion between Peter Van Doren and Jerry Taylor about the gas tax. Then, Christopher Preble on how government failures do not end at the nation's borders. John Lott discusses why the free market is underrated. Glen Whitman talks about the right way to criticize the drug war. Neal McCluskey on how to fix No Child Left Behind. And this month's featured selection, Glenn Greenwald on good, evil, and the tragic legacy of the Bush administration.
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